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The weather record book confirms what everyone with a rain jacket or umbrella already knows: late spring in the Inland Northwest has been unusually wet and cool. Nearly 4 inches …
A flood watch has been issued today for portions of North Idaho and western Montana as a moist storm system moves into the Inland Northwest from the south, carrying the …
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The warm phase of a large spring storm is moving across the Inland Northwest bringing light rain and clouds to the area this morning.
Rain across the Spokane area has subsided after giving the area a good dousing for about three hours this morning.
Light rain and drizzle covered the Spokane area early this morning, and are expected to continue through the day today.
Despite a series of early spring storms, the water supply outlook for the Spokane River remains well below average, according to the U.S. Natural Resources and Conservation Service.
A golden sunrise this morning may be the last of the fair weather this morning as a Pacific cold front approaches the Inland Northwest.
A significant Pacific storm has spread from the northwest coast across the Inland Northwest today and is expected to continue bringing moisture tonight through the early hours on Saturday.
Rain falling to the south and west of Spokane is expected to migrate northeastward during the day today, bringing mostly light precipitation to the region today.
The winter of wet, clammy weather will get its latest installment Friday night, according to the National Weather Service.
A new weather system has parked itself off the Pacific Coast, and it’s expected to send waves of moisture to the Spokane region including snow tonight, according to the National …
Several hours of light rain are expected across the Inland Northwest today in what appears to the last in a string of mild Pacific storms across the region.
Clearing at dawn today is going to give way to another wet storm system in the region.
Heavy skies will continue to bring rain to the lower elevations of the Inland Northwest today through the holiday weekend, forecasters said.
The Inland Northwest is about to enter a period of wet weather with the first in a series of mild storms sweeping into the region about sundown.
Soggy weather is continuing this afternoon, but forecasters are promising clearing with partly sunny skies on Saturday through Tuesday.
Mild weather will continue across the Inland Northwest through the middle of next week. Hiighs Friday once again will reach the lower 40s in Spokane and Coeur d’Alene.
Groundhog Day dawned cloudy with a mix of rain and wet snow across the Spokane region in what forecasters said is a continuation of the relatively mild winter in the …
More mild winter weather is in store for the Inland Northwest today, but forecasters said they expect a break in the valley rain and mountain snow until tonight.
Winds gusting to 40 mph and a near-record high temperature blew into the Inland Northwest this afternoon.
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.
Rain with temperatures well above normal should keep the Inland Northwest soggy today and Wednesday.
Streams of moisture off the Pacific Ocean are going to keep the Inland Northwest under a cloudy and wet weather pattern for the next several days, forecasters said.
A mix of rain and snow continues to fall across the Inland Northwest this morning, but forecasters said it should come to an end as dry cold air moves southward …
Wet weather is likely today and tonight from a Pacific storm system that is drawing moisture from subtropical latitudes.
Much of the Inland Northwest may have missed out on a white Christmas this year, but forecasters are promising to make up for it this week. National Weather Service meteorologists …
The Inland Northwest may have missed out on a white Christmas this year, but forecasters are promising to make up for it this week.