Monday, December 2, 2013

A look at how the upcoming temperature drop compares with similar situations in the past.

Inland Northwest Weather Blog

Monday, December 2, 2013

Snow on the Ground means even colder temperatures...

Although a few valley locations are getting some snow from this weekend system, 
the vast majority of our area will not have any snow on the ground this week.  Why 
does this matter?  With the arrival of the cold arctic air mass tonight, our temperatures
are going to take a nose-dive.  But just how cold depends on a few factors.  One factor
 is clouds.  As we all know by now, clouds at night act as a blanket and keep us warmer 
than clear nights.  
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Steve Sarkisian leaving Washington for USC

The coaching carousel is on and spinning and the latest move could have a major impact on WSU and the Pac-12. By  on Dec 2 2013

The Washington Huskies are now in the market for a new head coach with the news that Steve Sarkisian is bolting for USC. The news is fairly surprising on a lot of levels. Mostly, because it wasn't long ago many had Sarkisian on the hot seat and now an Apple Cup victory later he's upgrading to the USC job. Many also thought USC would land a more high-profile candidate like James Franklin or Chris Peterson.
Regardless, the news on Monday will have considerable impact on the Pac-12 as a whole, including WSU. A lot will depend on who Washington hires to replace Sarkisian. Bruce Feldman of CBS Sports reported the initial short list includes...
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BITTER COLD BY MID WEEK - Weekly YouTube Weather Briefing

Weekly Weather Briefing, Dec 2, 2013 - NWS Spokane, WA

Published on Dec 2, 2013
The coldest air mass in the last 2 or 3 years will descend upon the Inland Northwest this week.
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Heeeere's The Cold Hard Truth - Temperature Drop (cool map)

from the Spokane Weather Service:



TONIGHT:  1/2 inch snow or less, low temperature mid 20s. Calm winds.
TUESDAY: Becoming mostly sunny, light wind.  Warmest temperature near 32 degrees.
WEDNESDAY: morning lows in the teens, mostly sunny, afternoon highs in the low 20s.
THURSDAY: the day will start with single digit temperatures, expect mostly sunny skies with the warmest afternoon temperatures near 20 degrees.

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Lewiston School Board admits mistake in selecting new board member

 He's calling for Board President Brad Rice and member Sheri Allen to resign... 

LEWISTON, ID - Lewiston School Board members are starting the selection process for a new board member all over again after they admit they made a mistake while interviewing candidates.

At Tuesday night's meeting, board members openly admitted they violated state code during the original selection process when they interviewed candidates and eventually selected Staci Baldwin to replace Brenda Forge, who resigned earlier this year


Temperatures dropping 8 to 13 degrees...

This graphic shows the expected change in the High Temperatures from Tuesday to Saturday

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