Recent Snow Expected To Melt Soon

After two weeks of intense cold and substantial snow totals, it’s looks like mild weather will return to the Northwest in the coming days. Marilyn Lohmann, meteorologist with the National Weather Service, said the weekend snow storms were the result of artic air moving over from the Rockies, mixing with several systems rolling in from […]

Northwest Should Prepare For Intense, Short Lived Cold Snap

After weeks of mild weather, old man winter will remind the northwest what season we’re in over the next couple of days. Marilyn Lohmann, meteorologist with the National Weather Service said the area has not seen very cold temperatures this winter thanks to a High pressure system parked off the west coast, but that High […]

Cooler Wetter Weather Expected As We Say Goodbye To January

Things changed for the active across the Northwest over the past week or so, with temperatures dropping several degrees and systems rolling in brining snow to much of the area. Marilynn Lohmann, meteorologist with the National Weather Service says you can blame the storm track, which moved south for the wetter and colder weather. And […]

Northwest Water Year In Good Shape

After weeks of weather that didn’t feel like winter, the chill of season has returned. Temperatures, specifically the overnight lows, have cooled off considerably compared to the numbers we saw just a few days ago. When it comes to precipitation, the past couple of days have been quiet across the northwest. But, according to meteorologist […]

La Niña Punch May Not Be Felt During December

The month of December is off to a great start when it comes to snowpack across Washington, thanks to a very active and wet November. And with La Niña in motion, we should see a lot more snow in the coming weeks. Or will we? Marilyn Lohmann, meteorologist with the National Weather Service said the […]

Cold Weather Hits The Northwest

The old springtime saying in the Northwest is, if you don’t like the weather, wait five minutes and it will change. Well, that apparently works for the fall of 2020. National Weather Service meteorologist Marilyn Lohman said temperatures were up in the upper 60s and even low 70s a week ago, and then very cold […]

Additional Moisture Expected As November Starts

November moved in with cold temperatures and dry weather across the Northwest, and according to meteorologist Marilyn Lohmann, half of that pattern will continue as we move into the heart of the month. Lohmann said temperatures will remain on the cool side, even for this time of year, but the precipitation will increase to above […]

2019/2020 Water Year Very Dry For Central Washington

The new water year started Thursday October 1st, and for many across central Washington, the hope is this water year will be better than the last. Marilyn Lohammn meteorologist with the National Weather Service said while the past 12 months were dry for many in the Northwest, it was extremely dry for those living just […]

Extreme Drought Declared In Washington, Expanding In Oregon

The results of a long, hot, dry summer became official Thursday, as the USDA declared an Extreme Drought, or D-3 designation for Central Washington, stretching from Okanogan County to the Oregon border. National Weather Service Meteorologist Marilyn Lohmann said the new designation follows the rain shadow created by the Cascades. “Even through that area does […]

Will La Niña Bring Rain Or Snow?

We’re officially in fall, and it looks like we’ll have our first taste of fall weather this coming weekend. But as we look to the next three months, what can we expect? The National Weather Service says a La Niña has developed off the coast of South America. NWS meteorologist Marilyn Lohmann said at this […]