Posts Tagged ‘National Weather Service’

It’s Not Summer Yet, But This Week Sure Feels Like It

Forecasters say people in much of the Pacific Northwest should prepare for warmer than normal temperatures this week with highs into the 90s in some areas. The National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory from noon today through tomorrow night. And although we can expect temperatures to cool off next week, they’ll still remain…

Read More

Late-Week Heat Could Soar To Record Levels Across Pacific Northwest

An already mild stretch in the Pacific Northwest will kick into another gear late this week as temperatures soar near-to or at record levels. The upcoming heat will have warm weather fans rejoicing, but can put a strain on some residents who are not yet accustomed to such high temperatures this early in the year.…

Read More

Will It Be A White Christmas? Maybe

Singers have sung about it, wordsmiths have waxed poetically about it, skiers and snowboarders long for it. Of course, we’re talking about snow – snow on Christmas to be precise. Will it be a white Christmas this year? Maybe, as Marcus Bellissimo reports.

Read More

Major Storm Systems Hitting Pacific Northwest

A pair of powerful Pacific storm systems will bring significant rainfall and some gusty winds to regions east of the Cascades today and through the weekend, including North Central Washington. Meteorologist Andrew Kaylin with the National Weather Service office in Spokane says the winds will be stronger in the Columbia Basin than in the Wenatchee Valley.…

Read More

Wednesday’s Storm Leaves NCW Wet But Not Drowning

Hope you stayed dry Wednesday with the storm weather we had throughout North Central Washington. Forecasters predicted over an inch of rain and a flood warning was in effect that night. And even though plenty of rain and snow fell, flooding and cleanup didn’t come close to expectations, as Dan Langager reports.

Read More