2014 Long-Range Weather Forecast for Eugene, Oregon
Winter will be much snowier than normal, with frequent snows from mid-December through the first three weeks of January. Rainfall will be near normal, with temperatures below normal, on average, in the north and above in the south. The coldest periods will occur in mid- to late December, early to mid-January, and mid- to late January.
April and May will be much warmer and slightly drier than normal.
Egan Warming Center Leadership monitor local weather forecasts.
Activation Status is changed to Standby when the forecast overnight lows are below 30 degrees.
Volunteers are notified and asked to check in with availability. Support agencies are also notified.
Activation Alert Status increases to Activate 24 hours (the day before) if forecast lows remain below 30 degrees.
the low temperature cut-off is below 30 Degrees.
After two consecutive days of Eugene Inversion weather (under freezing with cold wet days) we are authorized to activate.
In emergency situations a 12 hour activation cycle is authorized.
Once activated we monitor the weather and stand down on 24 hour notice when weather improves sufficiently.
Volunteers and support agencies are notified daily about the next night status.This decision is made between 4 and 5 PM and communicated to all Site Leads, support agencies, volunteers and guests.
The Egan Warming Center is a coalition of community members representing service providers, religious congregations, nonprofit support agencies, social activist communities and local government who have come together to ensure that homeless people in Lane County have a warm and safe place to sleep when temperatures drop below 30 degrees between November 15th and March 31st.
Please take a moment and consider how you and/or your organization or business can get involved this winter season. To help in a shelter this winter, please complete an online Volunteer Application today.
“Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.” Martin Luther King Jr.