Thomas Patrick, KREM 2 NEWS

Thomas Patrick


Spokane, WA, United States

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Recent articles by Thomas:

Major snowstorm to hit Spokane on Wednesday: Timing & snow totals

One of the strongest winter storms in years will likely produce more than a foot of snow for some in the Inland Northwest. → Read More

Major wind storm in store for the Inland Northwest Friday night

High winds highlight a powerful Northwest storm this Friday night following the morning round of snow. → Read More

Severe thunderstorms likely for Spokane & North Idaho Friday

A Slight Risk for severe weather is now the outlook level for the Inland Northwest ahead of Friday afternoon's thunderstorms. → Read More

Thunderstorms possible across Spokane through the weekend

The next three to five days could see scattered thunderstorms with the best chance being on Friday afternoon → Read More

Severe thunderstorm threat Thursday evening for Inland Northwest

According to the Storm Prediction Center, there is a "slight risk" for severe weather for the Palouse and north-central Idaho. → Read More

"There's lots of chatter": Cascade volcanoes still being studied, monitored, and modeled

The Pacific Northwest has a long history of volcanoes. And 42 years after the Mount St. Helens eruption, we still are learning more about the active volcanoes. → Read More

When to see the Lunar Eclipse in Spokane

Sunday night's lunar eclipse will be in progress when the moon rises in Spokane with totality beginning at 8:29 p.m. → Read More

Wind storm like weather heading to Spokane area Monday

Wind gusts of 50 mph are possible in Spokane Monday with a strong Pacific Northwest storm system. → Read More

Spokane, Inland Northwest slammed by heavy rain from atmospheric river

Heavy rain will lead to flooding and avalanche danger across Washington and Idaho. → Read More

Washington still hasn't recovered fully from summer drought

Eastern Washington is still reeling from the drought after hitting exceptional levels from this past summer. → Read More

Record high temperatures for Spokane area forecast to continue into December

Fifty-degree temperatures are in the forecast for Spokane through Thursday as the start of December approaches. → Read More

High Wind Warnings: Today's weather a 'textbook' windstorm for Spokane

A strengthening low pressure area that travels straight eastward through southern British Columbia or northern Washington is the driving force of strong winds. → Read More

Next west coast storm forecast to be a "Bomb Cyclone"

A strong, intensifying west coast storm system will combine with tropical moisture to drop several inches of rain across the entire western U.S. → Read More

Atmospheric rivers to hit west coast with heavy rain this weekend

Spokane will see several days of heavy rain in the next week, likely resulting in more than an inch of rainfall. → Read More

Cold mornings in Spokane area will lead to widespread frost and chance for snow

It won't even be close to the record-breaking October 2020 storm where 7.5 inches of snow fell in Spokane at the end of the month. → Read More

First chance of snow in the forecast for Spokane

It's just a chance, but the forecast for next Wednesday morning could result in the season's first snowfall for Spokane. → Read More

Here's when fall colors will peak in the Spokane, North Idaho this year

With colder weather on the way for mid-October, the peak of colors will be arriving soon. → Read More

September rainfall nearly tops past six months combined in Spokane

After a record dry stretch through the Spring and Summer months, September ended up with nearly as much rain as the pervious six months combined. → Read More

The history of La Niña winter weather in Spokane

La Niña's influence on Spokane and the Inland Northwest usually means a colder, wetter and snowier winter for the region. → Read More

Another La Niña winter is likely for Spokane. What does that mean?

Winter weather forecasts call for a La Niña weather setup, which typically means a colder, wetter and snowier pattern for the Inland Northwest. → Read More