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  • Worldwide, this crazy winter is one for the record books

    As mentioned in previous articles, the winter of 2010-’11 has been one of the most severe across many parts of the globe. This includes the Inland Northwest as record snows …


  • 2010 had mild start but a cold, snowy finish

    There’s little doubt that our cycle of wide weather extremes continues across the Inland Northwest and the rest of the world. Thanks to the cooler-than-normal, sea-surface temperature event in the …


  • La Niña to blame for cold, snowy weather

    As I mentioned last week, much of the planet continues to experience some kind of extreme weather. Here in the Inland Northwest, we saw the snowiest November in recorded history. …


  • More snow, brief warm-up, cold

    The first snowstorm of the year is heading toward the Inland Northwest today and could bring another 5 inches of accumulation to the region by Thursday evening. National Weather Service …


  • Regional deep freeze will likely last for days

    An arctic blast Thursday replaced Wednesday’s crushing snowstorm, leaving the Inland Northwest in a deep freeze expected to continue over the weekend as temperatures dip below zero. Thursday’s daytime high …


  • Downed trees cut power as snow piles up

    A major snowstorm that swept across the Inland Northwest on Wednesday triggered widespread accidents, closed major highways and knocked out power to thousands. At one point Wednesday night, Avista Utilities …


  • Spokane could see 10 inches by Wednesday, then cold

    Winter – barely seven days old, according to the calendar – is making a powerful return to the region this week. Snow, possibly heavy at times into Wednesday, will be …


  • It’s time to brush up on winter warnings

    With the official start to winter on Tuesday, many folks have become concerned about the big thaw earlier this week. Much of the snow that fell in late November has …


  • Warming center opens in Post Falls

    St. Vincent de Paul of North Idaho opened its second warming center last week to provide refuge from the cold in Post Falls.


  • Weather keeps some schools closed today

    The Coeur d’Alene Kellogg and St. Maries school districts will be closed today due to expected extreme cold, the districts announced earlier.


  • Warming centers to open again tonight

    Homeless warming centers will open at 8 tonight in three Spokane locations due to extreme weather.

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