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  • Weathercatch: January’s gray comes with silver lining

    If you’ve been sloshing through a case of the winter blah’s, you’re not alone. Drizzle, snow, freezing rain, fog – only a duck would love the kind of January we’re …

  • Photo: Socked in

    Morning fog settles among the trees in this view looking south from 57th Avenue and Hatch Road in Spokane on Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2016. The National Weather Service is calling …

  • Above-normal temperatures are likely through Feb. 8

    A series of storms packing mild, moist air from the subtropical waters of the Pacific has left the Northwest with a leaner-than-normal snowpack. Lower elevations are seeing day after day …

  • Fog returns to forecast through Saturday

    Calm, dry weather brings a return of the other Inland Northwest winter weather problem: fog.

  • Holiday travelers should see a mix of weather

    A major change in the weather is expected over the Christmas holiday weekend, but forecasters said the change is likely to bring a mix of weather that is hard to …

  • Fog, cold air inversion persist over region

    Fog and stagnant air flow will persist through the weekend and into next week in the Inland Northwest.

  • Sunshine likely after fog burns off

    Foggy weather this morning is slowing drivers.

  • Rain and snow to replace fog

    Late night and early morning fog that’s hovered over the Inland Northwest this week is going to make its exit today as the weather makes a change this weekend.

  • More fog for the morning commuter

    Fog will again shroud the Inland Northwest tonight, and drivers may find themselves peering into the thick air on their morning commute Friday.

  • Fog shrouds Spokane area during a.m. commute

    Fog settled over much of Spokane on Wednesday morning, forcing drivers to peer into a gray soup as they headed out for their days.

  • Fog, low clouds settle over Inland NW

    The forecast for the next several days could be summed up by one word: dreary.

  • Fog lifts to show bright May day

    Fog hanging in the valleys and lower elevations of the Inland Northwest created some visibility problems for commuters this morning, but it has since evaporated to show off a sunny …

  • Fog lifts, but clouds darken sky

    Fog in the Spokane and Coeur d’Alene areas this morning has lifted, but spring-like cumulus clouds are bringing a small threat of showers this afternoon.

  • Sun burns off freezing fog

    Sun has broken through a thick layer of freezing fog over the region today, and forecasters said they expect sun to continue through Monday, although another chance of fog is …

  • Skies may clear this afternoon

    A dense fog advisory has been lifted across the Spokane and Coeur d’Alene areas and extending westward into the Columbia Basin, and forecasters are sticking by their belief that low …

  • Warm-up forecast to start Sunday

    National Weather Service forecasters today said they are expecting a significant warming trend starting this weekend with highs reaching the upper 40s by Sunday.

  • Dense fog advisory lifted for Spokane region

    A dense fog advisory has been lifted for Spokane and Coeur d’Alene areas this morning, but forecasters warned that patches of fog may reappear after 10 p.m. across much of …

  • Liberty Lake collision slows traffic

    A three-vehicle accident in Liberty Lake this morning was blocking westbound traffic on Appleway, and was one of several accident across the region this morning.

  • Rain likely through this evening

    A dense fog advisory has been lifted across the Spokane region this morning, but forecasters said there is still a chance of fog and rain through this evening.

  • Arctic cold brushes region, clears skies

    A glancing shot of modified arctic has moved across the Inland Northwest this morning, and forecasters said it is having the effect of clearing out any threat of snow through …

  • Holiday drivers are unlikely to see more than light snow

    The weather outlook through the Christmas holiday should be favorable for drivers across the Inland Northwest, with the exception of snow expected over the mountains of Northeast Washington and North …

  • Get out the puffy suit: Temperatures to fall

    Wintry weather is expected to move into the Inland Northwest this week. “The trend is for much colder temperatures,” said meteorologist John Livingston, of the National Weather Service in Spokane.

  • Cold weather coming by weekend

    Wintry weather conditions are expected to move into the Inland Northwest this week under a northerly flow out of Canada.

  • Holiday travel conditions fair

    Weather over the Thanksgiving holiday continues to be mostly favorable for travelers, with the next Pacific weather system holding off until Thursday night and Friday.

  • Weather mostly favorable for travel

    The Inland Northwest should be spared winter-like weather during most of the Thanksgiving holiday period, although fog could be a problem at mid-week, forecasters said this morning.

  • Friday morning snow may not stick to roads

    National Weather Service forecaster this afternoon that the region’s first significant snowfall could strike Friday morning, but they don’t expect accumulations to become a major traffic hazard.

  • Forecasters see possibility of snow later in week

    Cooler weather is opening the possibility of snowfall in lower elevations of the Inland Northwest on Thursday and Saturday mornings, a forecaster said Monday.

  • Fog lifts to reveal sun, pollution

    Fog lifted late this morning to reveal mostly sunny skies stained with moderate levels of air pollution in Spokane.

  • Fog cuts visibility this morning

    A dense fog advisory was issued this morning by the National Weather Service for reduced visibilities on the higher bench and plateau elevations of the Inland Northwest.

  • Filtered sun takes over from foggy a.m.

    Fog that formed at daybreak this morning and created a traffic hazard across the region had lifted by afternoon, letting sun and high clouds warm lower elevations into the 50s.



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