Active Weather Expected For PNW As September Comes To A Close

Over the past week or so, the Pacific Northwest enjoyed pleasant early fall weather, including a lot of sunshine and warm temperatures. But that came to an end Monday as a system rolled in brining rain showers and windy conditions. Marilyn Lohmann, meteorologist with the National Weather Service said the sytem dropped 1”-2” of rain […]

Cooler, Wetter Weather On The Horizon, Lohmann Says

Wednesday is the first day of fall and for the farming community across the Pacific Northwest, it could not come soon enough. The summer of 2021 was one of several records, either for heat, dryness, or both. But as we get a new season underway will we see any change to the weather pattern? Marilyn […]

Lohmann: Showers Expected To Move Into the PNW In Coming Days

The Pacific Northwest has enjoyed great late summer weather over the past couple of days, with sunny skies and daytime highs that are right in line with normal. However, it looks like the stability will come to an end starting today. Marilyn Lohmann, meteorologist with the National Weather Service said a weak system will roll […]

Above Normal Temperatures Expected To Continue Through Friday

The warm weather was a nice surprise for many who enjoyed barbecues or outdoor plans with family and friends over the Labor Day weekend. But for the Ag community, after the hot dry summer the PNW experienced, many are ready for cooler temperatures, and hopefully some rain. Marilyn Lohmann, meteorologist with the National Weather Service […]

Lohmann: Expect A Dry September, Good Possibility of La Niña

While the season technically runs through September 23rd, many consider this weekend the end of summer. As we look back on the summer of 2021, meteorologist Marilynn Lohmann with the National Weather Service said the year will go into the record books for a variety of reasons, whether it was the record heat experienced in […]

Cooler Temperatures As August Wraps Up, But Unfortunately Rain Unlikely

As we prepare to say goodbye to the month of August, much of the region is enjoying cooler temperatures, which is welcomed relief. Marilyn Lohmann meteorologist with the National Weather Service says the dramatic temperature change occurred because the high pressure that dominated the Pacific Northwest this summer has moved to the south allowing cooler […]

Lohmann Already Confident 2021 Will Be A Year For The Record Books

It’s dry across the Northwest, but just how dry is making many take note. Marilyn Lohman, meteorologist with the National Weather Service said when it comes to precipitation deficits: Wenatchee: 1 ½”-2” Yakima: 2”-2 ½” Pullman: 2”-3” Tri-Cities: 3” Central Oregon [Bend/Redmond]: 3” Spokane: 5” “But there is an area stretching from central Oregon through […]

Hot, Dry Weather Continues Into the Heart Of July

While the extreme hot weather the Northwest saw last week has moved out of the area, temperatures remain very warm for this time of year. Marilyn Lohman, meteorologist with the National Weather Service said the extreme temperatures over the past ten days really did a number on soils across the Northwest. “Soil temperatures are in […]

Lohmann Dry Conditions May Contributing Factor During Extreme Heat

This week has been one for the record books for many locations across the Northwest, with temperatures well above 100. According to Marilyn Lohman, meteorologist with the National Weather Service, some locations, such as Dallesport WA, topped out at 118 degrees this week. She noted the dry conditions across the Northwest, really the entire western […]

Hot Temperatures Expected As Summer Starts This Weekend

After months of very dry, in some cases record dry conditions, spring looks to go out on an active and wet note. The Northwest has seen a dramatic increase in showers and thunderstorms over the past two weeks. Marilyn Lohmann, meteorologist for the National Weather Service said this weather is more similar to what we […]