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National Weather Service: Increased Wave Run Up

The National Weather Service has issued a Beach Hazards Statement for increased wave run-up, in effect from late Friday night, December 2nd through Saturday afternoon, December 3rd. Northwest swells around 15 feet will produce 20 foot breakers. Large breakers are expected most of the day Saturday, with the highest potential for dangerous wave run-up on [...]


Friday December 2 2016

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High Surf Advisory And Flood Advisory In Effect

The National Weather Service has issued a High Surf Advisory, in effect until 9am Friday morning. Heavy west swells and strong south wind-driven seas peaked late Thursday night but will continue to produce high surf this morning. Average breaking wave heights will be 19 to 22 feet. A brief decrease in seas late this morning [...]


Friday November 25 2016

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High Wind Warning Issued For 1am Thursday November 24th

The National Weather Service has issued a High Wind Warning, in effect from 1am on Thursday, November 24th through 1am Friday, November 25th. Winds from the south are forecasted at 25 to 40 mph with gusts up to 60 mph. The NWS reports that winds will increase Wednesday night peaking Thursday afternoon and night then [...]


Wednesday November 23 2016

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High Surf Advisory Issued For November 3rd

The National Weather Service has issued a High Surf Advisory in effect on Thursday, November 3rd from 12 Noon through 8pm. Average breaking wave heights around 23 feet from the afternoon through early in the evening. This high surf will lead to larger than normal breaking waves. The waves will run up faster and further [...]


Thursday November 3 2016

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Update: Multiple Power Outages Being Reported

Approximately 740 customers are without power in Bandon as of 1:55pm on Saturday. Pacific Power reports that crews are on scene and repairs are underway. The estimated time of restoration is unknown. There are other customers without power in Grants Pass, Albany, Jefferson and Turner. More details as they become available.  


Saturday October 15 2016

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Update: Flood Watch Continues For Southwestern Oregon

The Flood Watch continues for a portion of southwest Oregon, including the Curry County coast until 11pm Saturday night. The National Weather Service reports that heavy rainfall is expected through this afternoon with additional showers tonight.  


Saturday October 15 2016

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Parts Of Highway 101 In Coos Bay Flooded

We have received several reports that the northbound lane of Highway 101 in Coos Bay, between Hall Avenue (near McDonalds) and the north end of the boardwalk, has flooded due to excessive rain. A Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Coos Bay is in effect until 1:30pm. More details as they become available.  


Saturday October 15 2016

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Severe Thunderstorm Warning Issued For Coos Bay

The National Weather Service has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Coos Bay and southwestern Curry County. At 12 Noon on Saturday, The NWS reported a severe thunderstorm located 7 miles 13 miles northwest of Brookings, moving northeast at 50 mph. This storm is associated with 80 mph wind gusts. Flying debris will be dangerous [...]


Saturday October 15 2016

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Power Outages Reported In Bandon

Pacific Power reports that approximately 740 customers are without power in Bandon as of 12:10pm on Saturday, October 15th. Crews are on the scene now; the estimated time of restoration is not known at this time. The cause is under investigation. More details as they become available.  


Saturday October 15 2016

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Low Lying Areas Of Coos Bay Experiencing Flooding

The Flood Watch continues for parts of Coos Bay, areas in southwest Oregon for Saturday afternoon and through the night. The National Weather Service reports that rainfall amounts will continue with over 5 inches expected by Sunday. Leaves and other debris may continue to wash down drains. This may cause plugging of culverts and storm [...]


Saturday October 15 2016

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