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High Surf Advisory Issued
A High Surf Advisory has been issued by the National Weather Service from 10pm on Wednesday, January 27th through 7pm on Friday, January 29th. Long period westerly swells of up to 18 to 20 feet at 15 to 18 seconds will bring breaker heights of 22 to 27 feet. The swells reach the southern Oregon [...]
NWS BEACH HAZARDS STATEMENT
NWS: Beach Hazards Statement remains in effect through Tuesday afternoon… * HAZARDS…high ocean swell of 14 to 17 feet will create breaker heights of 18 to 21 feet in the surf zone along the coast. * Timing…elevated breakers are expected today through Tuesday morning…lowering by late Tuesday afternoon. * Locations include…all coastal areas of Curry…Coos…and Douglas counties will [...]
Flood Warning For Coquille River At Coquille
The National Weather Service has issued a Flood Warning for the Coquille River at Coquille, until Tuesday afternoon. At 4:30am, Monday, January 18th, the stage was 20.7 feet. (flood stage is 21 feet). The river is forecast to rise above flood this morning and remain above flood stage through tonight before lowering below flood stage [...]
Update: Restoration of Power By 4pm January 16th
Pacific Power has updated the estimated time of restoration of power to Coos Bay and surrounding areas by approximately 4pm on Saturday, January 16th. The cause for the outages has been determined to be due to severe weather. As of 1pm, 8,004 customers are without power–that number is down from 12,980 earlier in the morning. [...]
Showers And Possible Thunderstorms Could Affect Power
Showers and possible thunderstorms are forecasted before 4pm, Saturday, January 16th. The National Weather Service reports a chance of showers and thunderstorms after 4pm. High near 55. South southwest winds at 16 to 18 mph, with gusts as high as 28 mph. Chance of precipitation is 100%. New rainfall accumulations between a tenth and quarter [...]
Power Out For Over 12,000 Customers In Coos Bay
Pacific Power reports that approximately 12,834 customers are without power in Coos Bay as of 10:30am on Saturday, January 16th. Crews have been dispatched and the estimated time of restoration is approximately 1pm. At this time, the cause of the power outage is not known. More information as it becomes available.
High Wind And High Surf Warnings
The National Weather Service has issued a High Wind Warning, in effect from 1pm on Tuesday, January 12th to 4am Wednesday, January 13th. South winds are forecasted at 45 to 55 mph with gusts up to 70mph possible. Stronger winds are possible along capes and head lands. Winds will increase Tuesday afternoon, peaking in the [...]
High Surf Advisory Starts January 5th 10am
The National Weather Service has issued a High Surf Advisory, in effect from 10am on Tuesday, January 5th through to 4am on Wednesday, January 6th. West swells of 14 to 18 feet are forecasted, producing breaker heights of 20 to 24 feet. The surf will build in the morning then likely peak during the [...]
NEWS: Freezing Rain Advisory
NWS FREEZING RAIN ADVISORY: Freezing Rain Advisory remains in effect until 10 am PST Sunday… * ice accumulations… a few hundredths of an inch. Up to a tenth of an inch is possible locally. * Timing… precipitation may begin as snow before changing over to freezing rain shortly after. Any periods of ice should change to rain [...]
Freeze Watch Upgraded To Freeze Warning
The National Weather Service has upgraded the Freeze Watch to a Freeze Warning, in effect from 2am Friday, January 1st through to 8am Saturday, January 2nd.