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Will clocks move back in November?
Last Sunday, March 12, we turned our clocks forward once again. Practically every person I talked to since we mo...
A November to remember
It was a “November to remember” in Coeur d’Alene and the rest of the Inland Northwest.
Our chances for a White Christmas in North Idaho for 2022
It has certainly been a very cold November across the Inland Northwest.
Thanksgiving Day weather history
The weather since Nov. 7 has felt more like January.
More frigid weather coming to the northwest
Since Nov. 7, Coeur d’Alene and the rest of the Inland Empire has been in the grips of one of the most intense early November cold waves in recorded history.
More billion dollar disasters in 2022
Coeur d’Alene received its first snowfall of the 2022-23 season.
Our upcoming winter pattern could mirror 1974
The big weather change arrived late last week as rain and cooler temperatures replaced the warm and dry conditions.
Our city-by-city winter of 2022-23 snowfall predictions
Every year in mid-autumn, Cliff and I issue our annual city-by-city snowfall predictions for North Idaho and surrounding areas of the Inland Empire.
Strongest and deadliest hurricanes
Last week, Hurricane Ian moved through southwestern Florida as a Category 4 hurricane with winds up to 150 miles per hour.
Could we see freezing temperatures within weeks?
Our summer season has come to a close, and it’s been reported that it was one of the hottest ones in history.
The celebration of the equinox
After a very hot August and early September, conditions across the Inland Northwest have finally felt more like fall over the past week.
Early September has been a hot one in California, Idaho
In most years, when we arrive in September, temperatures become noticeably cooler across much of the West.
It was a record hot August
August was a hot and relatively dry month in the Coeur d’Alene and Spokane area.
Tropical storms and hurricanes may be increasing very soon
More hot weather is expected across the Inland Northwest, especially around the middle of the week, as we’ll like have more 90-degree plus temperatures.
Drought in the Northwest and other parts of the world
The summer of 2022 has certainly turned into another hot and dry one across the Inland Northwest.
It's now a below-normal season for tropical storms and tornadoes
We’ve seen extreme weather patterns in the spring with practically a complete flip to the other extreme in recent months.