- Theft of catalytic converters may again be on the rise
Jim Hemmingsen said he didn’t mean to startle his neighbors when he started up his Toyota Tacoma pickup one day last week. The pickup “let out this huge roar, and I said, ‘Uh-oh,’” Hemmingsen recalled. “I got out and looked underneath it, a…
- Trail Barriers Found on Lowell Mountain Biking Trails
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- Judge: Conviction stands for Ashland Islamic charity founder
A Eugene federal judge has denied an Ashland Islamic charity founder’s request for acquittal or a new trial on what the government called terrorism-related money
-smuggling and money-laundering charges. U.S. District Court Judge Michael Hogan also set…
- Sheriff: Two men in hospital after fight
Two men are in the hospital after a fight outside a convenience store in the Glenwood area.
- ‘People that fish this pond don’t even know this is going to happen’
Construction is already under way putting in utilities for a new state prison, but people who use a nearby pond are concerned by the impact on their favorite swimming and fishing hole.
- Wildish to replace defective asphalt on Marcola Road and Clear Lake Road
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- UO aces fundraising efforts
The University of Oregon raised $117 million through private giving in the fiscal year that ended June 30, booking its third-largest one-year total in spite of a poor economy. The total marks the fourth year in a row the UO has brought in more than $10…
- Forecast: 100% chance of meteor showers
Earth is passing through a broad stream of debris, and specks of comet dust are hitting the top of Earth’s atmosphere at 140,000 mph. The result: more than a dozen shooting stars per hour.
A bit warmer followed by another cool-down, but the chance of precipitation holds off until the weekend is over.
An upper level trough of low pressure (“U” shape on orange line) off Vancouver will swing through today with more clouds. A short lived high pressure ridge (“Arch” shape on orange line) will follow and warm us up a bit today. The Perseid meteor shower peaks through Saturday, but the nearly full moon will probably spoil the show. A frontal system will approach the coast Sunday and move in bringing the chance of showers to the coast and Southern areas of Oregon Monday through early Tuesday. The weather will continue to be perfect for the Scandinavian Festival in Junction City through Sunday and for the beginning of the Lane County Fair that starts next Wdnesday.
Forecast for the Southern and lower Mid Willamette Valley including Eugene-Springfield and Albany-Corvallis: Mostly sunny and a bit warmer today, clear in the evening, partly cloudy tonight, mostly sunny Saturday, mostly clear in the evening, mostly clear Saturday evening, mostly cloudy late Saturday night, a mix of clouds and sun Sunday, partly cloudy Sunday evening, then mostly cloudy Sunday night highs 85-77 lows 49-54. AM clouds, a mix of clouds and sun Monday, partly cloudy Monday evening, mostly cloudy Monday night and Tuesday AM, a mix of clouds and sun Tuesday afternoon, partly cloudy in the evening, mostly cloudy Tuesday night, then partly cloudy Wednesday through Thursday highs 76-82 lows near 53. (seasonal averages high 84 low 52)
Because weather forecasting is a combination of science, intuition, and timing there can be no absolute guarantees that individual forecasts will be 100% accurate. Nature is in a constant state of flux and sudden unexpected weather events can happen.
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Outside, 3:45am tomorrow morning, bring coffee.