Happy Monday! Areas of drizzle have developed around the area with plenty of clouds and patchy fog. Temperatures are just above freezing, so not concerned about icy roads. The drizzle will taper…
Happy Friday! After light snow showers/flurries early this morning, back to drier weather on this Friday. Clouds will slowly clear today with sunshine returning by afternoon. Look for afternoon highs in the…
After freezing fog this morning, staying cloudy and cold on this Christmas Day with a slight chance of a flurry.
Is there a chance of snow flurries on Christmas Day?
A chance for winter weather to impact the area with snow and freezing rain in spots Wednesday into Thursday.
Freezing fog and clouds stick around next few days, but winter weather with snow and freezing rain possible by mid-week.
UPDATE (10:00 a.m) - Blewett Pass has been reopened, but chains are required.
Temperatures are starting to get cooler, and many are starting to warm up with space heaters.
The Grant County Sheriff's Office has reported wildfires, fallen trees, and power lines down across Grant County amid Wednesday night's storm.
The month of February is smashing snowfall records all across our area. Since the month started, we have had 22 days with snowfall (including days with a trace amount).
Pasco street crews have started working round the clock in response to a second wave of snowfall that came in over the weekend.
If you think your backyard has a lot of snow, just be glad you don't live on the pass! Snoqualmie Pass has seen 102 inches of snow since February 4. (It did not snow at all from the 1st to the 3rd.)
Recent winter storms that have already brought more than a foot and a half of snow to the Inland Northwest are hitting the entire state of Washington.
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A geomagnetic storm brought a spectacular show to skies across the northern United States on Sunday night.The Aurora Borealis phenomenon -- also known as the Northern Lights -- may be visible "as low as New York to Wisconsin to…
No School Closures today. Keep an eye out here for School Closures in the future.