Jeremy LaGoo, KREM 2 NEWS

Jeremy LaGoo

KREM 2 NEWS

Spokane, WA, United States

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Chief Meteorologist Jeremy LaGoo's long-range winter forecast

La Nina is present once again, meaning colder temperatures and more snow for much of the 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

Major storm hits Friday, here's how it impacts the weekend

Rain, wind, mountain snow, and cooler temperatures return to the Northwest Friday. → Read More

Parts of Washington experience worst air quality in the world, NWS says

Wildfire smoke in Wenatchee, Chelan and the Methow Valley is making it dangerous to breathe the air outside. → Read More

Spokane air quality worsens with wildfire season

With the added wind, smoke from the wildfires can be distributed around the Pacific Northwest, circulating pollutants in the air and worsening Spokane's air quality. → Read More

Despite cool wet spring, a normal wildfire season is still expected in the Inland Northwest

Vegetation that flourished during the cool, wet start to the year only adds fuel during the hot, dry stretch of summer. → Read More

Strong storms possible Thursday afternoon across the Inland Northwest

The return of 70 degree high temperatures precedes the threat of severe weather late in the day. → Read More

Here are the strongest wind peaks from Monday's storm

The Inland Northwest saw widespread wind gusts topping 60 mph on Monday. → Read More

Drought remains across the Inland Northwest: Will this summer be worse than last year?

Heading into the dry summer months, ongoing drought looms across most of the Inland Northwest. → Read More

Snow to follow sub-zero wind chills in Spokane, Inland Northwest

Wind Chill advisories end on Wednesday but it will remain cold with snow possible for Thursday morning. → Read More

Snow and rain this weekend before bitter cold returns to the Inland Northwest

Temperatures in Spokane will go from the 40s to the 20s early next week with overnight lows falling into the teens. → Read More

Winter Weather Advisories in place ahead of incoming snow

Spokane could pick up an inch of snow by Thursday morning. → Read More

6 more weeks of winter for Spokane? Phil might be right

Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow early Wednesday morning, signaling 6 more weeks of winter. What does the Groundhog Day forecast show for Spokane, Inland Northwest? → Read More

Snow returns this weekend, here's what to expect

Spokane and other areas of the Inland Northwest could pick up measurable snow by Monday morning. → Read More

How fog made it "snow" in north Spokane

People living in Five Mile and other areas of north Spokane got a light dusting of "snow" on Tuesday morning, but how it got there is quite incredible. → Read More

Winter Weather Advisories in place for Inland Northwest snow

Monday's snow will likely be the first widespread snowy road event of the season for the Inland Northwest. → Read More

Significant rain heads for the Inland Northwest this week

A fall-like weather pattern sets up this week, bringing a series of storms to the Inland Northwest. → Read More

High fire danger prompts Red Flag Warning across the Inland Northwest on Monday

The Red Flag Warning stretches from the Cascades to the Northern Rockies. It includes Spokane and surrounding areas. → Read More

Excessive heat and smoke return to the Inland Northwest this week

Temperatures will once again soar to near 100 degrees in Spokane as wildfire smoke returns. → Read More

Thunderstorms create high fire danger across the Inland Northwest on Thursday

Lightning has the potential to spark wildfires in areas facing extreme and exceptional drought. → Read More