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The pilot of the helicopter that crashed into a hillside outside Los Angeles, killing former NBA superstar Kobe Bryant and eight others, told air traffic controllers in his last radio message that he was climbing to avoid a cloud layer, an accident investigator said.
“It’s going to be a little cool but clear skies,” said Mark Turner, a meteorologist at the National Weather Service Spokane Office.
Authorities say one person has died after an avalanche in eastern Idaho near the Wyoming border Friday afternoon.
It appears there are no immediate plans to continue the search for a 76-year-old Nezperce woman who disappeared three weeks ago in the upper Selway area, even after her dog turned up alive and well this week.
A blanket of fog over the Seattle area was blamed for multiple flights being diverted to the Spokane International Airport, causing delays Friday for local takeoffs.
If J50 is found Wednesday, officials will seek to assess her health and possibly administer medicine.
Visibility of less than a quarter mile has made driving treacherous in some parts of Eastern Washington. The Washington State Patrol reported several crashes in Adams County on Interstate 90 early Friday.
Fog. The Inland Northwest is in the thick of it this time of year. November through January is peak season for this atmospheric marvel and 2016 is no exception.
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 having.
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 for a mix of rain and snow in the area through Wednesday morning.
A change from snowy conditions to stable higher air pressure is bringing with it an air stagnation advisory.
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 of fog between the storms while the upper elevations have basked in more springlike temperatures.
SPOKANE — National Weather Service forecasters said fog has returned to the West Plains area and other parts of the Inland Northwest after a dense fog advisory was lifted late this morning in the Spokane-Coeur d’Alene areas.
Calm, dry weather brings a return of the other Inland Northwest winter weather problem: fog.
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 pin down until it arrives.
Fog and stagnant air flow will persist through the weekend and into next week in the Inland Northwest.
Foggy weather this morning is slowing drivers.
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.