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Final Snow/Cold Update
Published 2/17/2018 in The Dalles Weather Blog Author Karl Bonner
We're now less than 24 hours away from a somewhat historic late-season cold snap in the Pacific Northwest and Columbia River Gorge. And it's coming on the heels of one of the mildest midwinter periods we've ever experienced, which makes for more of a shock.   Summary     1. It's still not looking favorable... read more ❯

Surprise...Winter Is Back! Fun Late-Season Pattern Coming
Published 2/14/2018 in The Dalles Weather Blog Author Karl Bonner
    I would like to apologize for my long hiatus from weather blogging. It's just been time to focus on life in general these past couple months. That's included several trips to Portland: to search for new employment opportunities, to hang out with some of my weather buddies in real life,... read more ❯

Metamorphic construction
Published 2/13/2018 in Ingalls Weather Author Mark Ingalls
Author’s Note: This part of a weekly series on geology for a class I am taking this semester at BYU-Idaho. This week’s prompt required students discuss the use of metamorphic rocks in construction. Other posts from this assignment can be found under the “Geology 111” category. Marble... read more ❯

No Snow for NW Washington Sunday morning 🙁
Published 2/11/2018 in Charlie's Weather Author Charlie Phillips
Sea-level-pressure, 10-meter winds, and 925 mb temperatures at 07:00 am PST, Mon 12 Feb 2018
This will be a brief post, I just wanted to let folks know that our chances of snow for San Juan/Whatcom Counties Sunday morning have dramatically decreased due to our shortwave taking a more southerly track. Compare tonight's run to last night's run and notice how far south the low... read more ❯

Lowland Snow for NW Washington on Sunday?
Published 2/10/2018 in Charlie's Weather Author Charlie Phillips
24-hour snowfall ending 4 pm Monday 2/12/2018
Thanks to an atmospheric river last Sunday that brought flooding to many rivers flowing off the Olympics and Washington Cascades and a strong ridge just offshore for the first half of this week, we've had mild temperatures to begin February. Temperatures have been particularly warm east of the Cascade crest... read more ❯

Carson Sink rocks
Published 2/5/2018 in Ingalls Weather Author Mark Ingalls
Author’s Note: This part of a weekly series on geology for a class I am taking this semester at BYU-Idaho. This week’s prompt required students find and take a picture of a sedimentary rock. Other posts from this assignment can be found under the “Geology 111” category. After looking at the... read more ❯

HAPPY VALLEY, OREGON, WEATHER: JANUARY 2018
Published 2/2/2018 in Happy Valley, Oregon, Weather Author Jeff Taylor
TEMPERATURES January was quite mild, in fact, one of the warmest on record. We had no Minimum Temperatures that even reached freezing this month as the low was only 35.5°. Though 16 days did manage to fall to ≤40°, Mins stayed above 40° from the 9th-17th. On the Maximum side, one... read more ❯

Portland, Oregon, Airport: 2nd Warmest January Mean Temperature
Published 1/31/2018 in Happy Valley, Oregon, Weather Author Jeff Taylor
With the end of January now upon us, it has certainly been a mild month in the Portland area. In fact, the Portland Airport (PDX) recorded its 2nd warmest January Mean Temperature since records began there in 1939, nearly 80 years ago! Only 4 days in the month averaged above... read more ❯

First hand accounts of Mount St. Helens' 1980 eruption
Published 1/30/2018 in Ingalls Weather Author Mark Ingalls
Author’s Note: This part of a weekly series on geology for a class I am taking this semester at BYU-Idaho. This week’s prompt required students to interview somebody who had firsthand experience with a volcano. I interviewed my grandparents, who lived in Kennewick, Wash. when Mount St. Helens erupted in... read more ❯

Salt is my favorite mineral
Published 1/23/2018 in Ingalls Weather Author Mark Ingalls
Author’s Note: This part of a weekly series on geology for a class I am taking this semester at BYU-Idaho. This week’s prompt required students to find a mineral in their local area and explain what it is. Other posts from this assignment can be found under the “Geology 111”... read more ❯

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Daily Weather Reports

Weekly Wrap Up: February 17, 2018 #ARWX
Published 2/17/2018 in Nathan Parker Author Nathan Parker
It's Saturday and time for another Weekly Wrap Up! This past week saw rainy weather across the Natural State, as well as a "taste of Spring" with warmer temperatures across Arkansas for a couple days before wintry temperatures settled back across the state. Here's a look at the rainfall totals... read more ❯

Saturday, Feb. 17, 2018 South West Michigan - Partly Cloudy To Snow
Published 2/17/2018 in Murphy's Weather Author Patricia Murphy
Currently 24 degrees with a S wind of 9mph dropping that to feeling like 14. Dew Point 13, Humidity 62%, Barometer 30.10 & falling, Visibility 10 mi, Sunrise 7:36 am, Sunset 6:16 pm. Partly cloudy will becoming 70% chance of snow this afternoon. High 34. SW winds 10 - 15... read more ❯

Springlike Weather This Week For Mid Michigan
Published 2/17/2018 in Mid Michigan Weather Author Cathie Ursu
We have about 4.5 inches of snow cover as of this morning.  Where we cleared the snow, it is down to bare ground.  We have very warm temperatures in the forecast for mid week and that should rid us of the rest.  I've had enough of snow for this season... read more ❯

A cloudy, gradually colder day with early AM showers/warm temps update for West Rockville Maryland on Friday, February 16 2018
Published 2/17/2018 in West Rockville MD Weather Author Kevin Shaw
Friday was a cloudy day, quite mild in the early AM with a brief somewhat intense shower about 0330 that had a max rain rate of 3.95"/hour. The last bit of rain fell around 0545. The rest of the day was cloudy, dry and gradually colder with clearing in the... read more ❯

Here`s Friday - February 16, 2018`s - Historical Climate Summary !
Published 2/17/2018 in Jackson, TN's Climate Summary Author William Brantley
Lowest Barometric Pressure : 29.90″ at 3, 4 a.m. Highest Barometric Pressure : 30.29″ at 8, 9 p.m. Lowest Relative Humidity : 73% at 12 a.m. Highest Relative Humidity : 93% at 10 a.m., 2 p.m. Lowest Dew Point Temperature : 37° at 9 – 11:59 p.m. Highest Dew Point Temperature : 62° at 5... read more ❯

Friday, Feb. 16, 2018 South West Michigan - A Bit Of Blue Skies Today
Published 2/16/2018 in Murphy's Weather Author Patricia Murphy
Currently 27 with a NW wind of 13 mph making it feel like 16. Dew Point 18, Humidity 70%, Barometer 30.11 & rising, Visibility 10 mi, Sunrise 7:38 am, Sunset 6:14 pm. Partly to mostly cloudy today with a high near 30. WNW winds  10 - 15 mph. Cloudy to partly... read more ❯

Starting To Look Like Spring in Mid Michigan
Published 2/16/2018 in Mid Michigan Weather Author Cathie Ursu
We lost a lot of snow with the warm temperatures that we have had the past two days.  There is still about 5.5 inches of snow cover but it is continuing to melt with temps remaining above freezing.  The next few days will be cold but then another warmup following... read more ❯

A partly cloudy very warm day with late night showers update for West Rockville Maryland on Thursday, February 15 2018 and a brief update for Valentine's Day, February 14 2018
Published 2/16/2018 in West Rockville MD Weather Author Kevin Shaw
I had a bad experience late Valentine's Day Wednesday that I don't really want to get into, but it precluded me posting my weather for Wednesday. I will summarize the day's stats below and here in a several sentences. It was a partly cloudy day, milder day with a light... read more ❯

Here`s My You Tube Weather Video For Thursday - February 15, 2018 !
Published 2/15/2018 in Jackson, TN's Climate Summary Author William Brantley
https://youtu.be/W2CVpVtrgnw Here is Thursday - February 15, 2018`s - Historical Climate Summary ! Lowest Barometric Pressure : 29.92″ at 5, 11:59 p.m. Highest Barometric Pressure : 30.10″ at 12 a.m. Lowest Relative Humidity : 60% at 4 p.m. Highest Relative Humidity : 97% at 1, 2 a.m. Lowest Dew Point Temperature : 61° at 3 –... read more ❯

Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018 South West Michigan - Foggy Morning
Published 2/15/2018 in Murphy's Weather Author Patricia Murphy
Currently 39 degrees with a SW wind of 10 mph dropping that to feeling like 31. Dew Point 37, Humidity 95%, Barometer 29.73 & falling, Visibility 1 mi., Sunrise 7:39 am, Sunset 6:13 pm. Cloudy with a slight chance of rain showers. Foggy. High 41. SSW winds 10-15 mph. Cloudy tonight... read more ❯

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