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Current Conditions

  • 45°
  • Scattered Clouds
  • Wind: NE 9 mph
  • Humidity: 76%
  • Visibility: 10.0 miles
  • Dew Point: 37°
  • Pressure: 29.97 in. -
  • Heat Index: 40

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5 Day Forecast

  • Friday
  • Clear
  • High: 65 °
  • Low: 38 °
  • Clear
  • Saturday
  • Thunderstorm
  • High: 51 °
  • Low: 36 °
  • T-Storms
  • Sunday
  • Partly Cloudy
  • High: 58 °
  • Low: 34 °
  • Partly Cloudy
  • Monday
  • Partly Cloudy
  • High: 60 °
  • Low: 35 °
  • Partly Cloudy
  • Tuesday
  • Clear
  • High: 66 °
  • Low: 41 °
  • Clear

Forecast for Kellogg, Idaho

Updated: 3:04 am PDT on September 4, 2015

  • Today

    Mostly sunny in the morning...then partly cloudy with a chance of showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon. Highs in the upper 60s to lower 70s. Chance of precipitation 40 percent.

  • Tonight

    Mostly cloudy. A chance of rain showers in the evening. A chance of thunderstorms through the night. Rain likely overnight. Lows in the mid to upper 40s. Chance of precipitation 70 percent. Rainfall amounts around a tenth of an inch...except higher amounts possible in thunderstorms.

  • Saturday

    Rain likely and a chance of thunderstorms. Cooler. Highs in the mid to upper 50s. Chance of precipitation 70 percent. Rainfall amounts between a tenth and a quarter of an inch possible...except higher amounts possible in thunderstorms.

  • Saturday Night

    Mostly cloudy. Rain showers likely and a chance of thunderstorms in the evening...then a chance of rain showers overnight. Lows in the lower to mid 40s. Chance of precipitation 70 percent.

  • Sunday

    Mostly cloudy. A chance of rain in the morning...then a chance of rain showers in the afternoon. Warmer. Highs in the mid 60s. Chance of precipitation 50 percent.

  • Sunday Night through Monday Night

    Mostly cloudy with a 20 percent chance of rain showers. Lows in the upper 30s to mid 40s. Highs in the mid to upper 60s.

  • Tuesday through Wednesday Night

    Mostly clear. Highs in the 70s. Lows in the mid 40s to lower 50s.

  • Thursday

    Sunny. Highs around 80.

Severe Weather Alert Descriptions

 Record Report  Statement as of 01:26 am PDT on September 04, 2015

... Record low temperature set at Ephrata Airport...

A record low temperature of 47 degrees was set at Ephrata Airport
yesterday. This ties the old record of 47 set in 2008. Records have
been kept here since 1948.

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Location: Diamond Street, Kellogg, ID

Updated: 7:28 AM PDT

Temperature: 40.1 °F Dew Point: 38 °F Humidity: 93% Wind: West at 1.0 mph Pressure: 29.97 in Hourly Precipitation: 0.00 in Windchill: 40 °F Graphs

NWS Forecaster Discussion

Area forecast discussion 
National Weather Service Spokane Washington 
436 am PDT Friday Sep 4 2015 

a cool and showery weather pattern is expected for the remainder 
of the work week as a cold storm system moves by the area. 
Widespread rain is expected in the Panhandle and portions of eastern 
Washington on Saturday. Drier and warmer weather is expected by 
early next week. 


today through saturday: shower chances linger around the 
mountains before a broader rain threat expands in tonight into 
Saturday. Today low pressure migrates south from western Washington to 
western or. The associated deformation axis along the Cascades and 
shortwave rounding its east side will work afternoon instability 
to bring a threat of showers over the Cascades, as well as the 
Blue Mountains to central Panhandle mountains. A few shower may 
also form over the northern Panhandle mountains but the risk here 
will be low. 

This evening into the overnight the low pivots east-northeast 
toward the or/WA/ID border. Moisture wrapping into a developing 
trowal in tandem with the low and shortwave rounding it will bring 
expanding rain into southeast Washington and lower elevations of the 
central and southern Idaho Panhandle this evening. Overnight the rain 
threat will expand west into the Columbia Basin and Waterville 
Plateau and north into northeast Washington and north Idaho. 

By Saturday much of the region will have some threat of rain. Yet 
the area which will have the steadier and broader threat of 
precipitation will be within the vicinity of the trowal and 
activity elsewhere will be more scattered on its fringes. Models 
disagree precisely where that feature will lay, with some pushing 
it further west into the Columbia Basin than others. If this 
verifies it would allow for some decrease in the precipitation 
across the southeast Saturday afternoon. 

As for thunderstorm between tonight and Saturday there will be 
some risk. Tonight, especially overnight, models indicate a ribbon 
of elevated instability expanding into southeast Washington and the Idaho 
Panhandle. This is represented by some high level total totals 
between 35 and 40 c. So some embedded thunderstorms are possible 
here. By Saturday afternoon some SBCAPE develops with the best 
agreement across the Idaho Panhandle, northern mountains and 
Cascades. But some models show some convective instability across 
the Columbia Basin too. Overall there will be a threat of isolated 
to locally scattered thunderstorms but nothing too organized is 
expected, given the lack of significant shear or deep instability. 

Temperatures will remain below normal today and Saturday, with the 
coldest average temperature expected on Saturday with the trowal 
and steadier precipitation threat in the region. Some locations may 
not get out of the 50s or lower 60s Saturday afternoon. /J. Cote' 

Saturday night through Monday...looks like the weather will remain 
on the cool and wet side during this period as the medium range 
models are fairly consistent on ejecting saturdays low into 
Montana only to be swiftly replaced by another low dropping down 
from the northwest. Given this pattern, the best chances of 
precipitation on Saturday evening will be fixed over the Idaho 
Panhandle due to the placement of the upper level cold pool. 
Potential instability parameters suggest there will be a small 
chance of thunderstorms early in the evening, however warming 
aloft will eliminate any chance of thunderstorms during the late 
evening and overnight hours. For Sunday the next low is expected 
to cross the Cascades via SW British Columbia with the upper level 
jet extending from Seattle to Mullan Pass per the 00z GFS. If this 
verifies, any chance of precipitation will generally occur over 
the northern half of the forecast area, or generally north of 
Highway 2 in Washington and over the northern half of the Idaho 
Panhandle. The Canadian and ec show a slightly different scenario 
with the Canadian showing a much weaker shortwave trough remaining 
over BC, while the ec takes this second low and pushes it to the 
Washington/or border. Suffice it to say confidence is high there will be a 
secondary low, however where it GOES is questionable. No matter 
what the case, this second low will be weaker than the Saturday 
system and will contain less potential instability. It will also 
contain mid-level westerly flow Sans warm air advection. This 
means there will be a sizable rain shadow in the Lee of the 
Cascades. Even where the rain is expected to occur, precipitation 
amounts will be light. 

For Monday night through Tuesday night...any semblance of a low 
temporarily moves out of the region with either zonal flow or weak 
ridging replacing it. This suggests dry weather will prevail and 
temperatures will begin to warm. Speaking of temperatures, 
readings for the latter half of the weekend will remain 
significantly cooler than normal with highs in the mid 60s to mid 
70s or nearly 10 degrees below normal. By Tuesday the jet will 
shift north of the Canadian border with temperatures surging 
toward normal values for the first time in nearly a week. Fx 

Wednesday through friday: a dry zonal pattern is expected to 
dominate this period with some weak ridging build into the region. 
This will keep any chance of rain for the region close to non 
existent. Temperatures will continue to creep warmer with highs 
expected in the upper 70s to low 80s. Overnight lows will range 
from mid 40s to mid 50s. /Jdc 


12z tafs: a low centered over western Washington drops into western or 
between this morning and evening. A few -shra/-tsra will be a 
risk near the Cascades and Idaho Panhandle mountains. There is a risk 
some may pass by eat/omk this afternoon too, but the risk is small. 
The low pivots toward the or/WA/ID border tonight into Saturday 
morning, leading to an increasing rain threat for most taf sites 
after 01-05z, though the best chances may not develop further 
north near mwh/geg/Coe until after 06-09z and eat more likely will 
remain dry. Mostly VFR conditions are expected to continue, save 
for near puw/lws where lower cigs are expected to drop toward 
MVFR/LCL IFR conditions. But toward 12z Saturday areas further 
north will have a modest threat of seeing the flight category 
drop below VFR. /J. Cote' 


Preliminary point temps/pops... 
Spokane 70 48 57 46 66 45 / 0 60 70 30 10 10 
Coeur D'Alene 69 48 56 46 65 44 / 0 70 70 40 10 10 
Pullman 69 46 55 45 64 43 / 10 70 70 40 10 10 
Lewiston 74 52 59 48 72 50 / 10 70 60 30 10 10 
Colville 72 49 61 44 67 41 / 0 40 70 40 20 20 
Sandpoint 68 47 58 45 64 40 / 10 60 70 60 20 20 
Kellogg 65 46 55 42 63 40 / 30 60 70 60 30 20 
Moses Lake 74 53 72 48 75 48 / 0 20 40 10 10 10 
Wenatchee 73 53 72 51 75 51 / 20 10 20 10 10 10 
Omak 72 49 74 45 76 45 / 20 10 20 10 10 10 


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