Category Archives: Idaho

Warming in the Northern Rockies?

Like me you probably have read the recent news articles about the rapidly warming northern Rockies and the rapidly diminishing snowpack like this one: http://www.sci-tech-today.com/news/Snowpack-Study-Indicates-Drier-Future/story.xhtml?story_id=0220018F0N3A&full_skip=1 Overall, the average yearly snowpack across the northern Rockies directly known from snow records to … Continue reading

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Ice Box Idaho at the end of April 2011

The ice box that is Idaho continues to report unusually cold and snowy weather. Snowfall was widespread across southern Idaho and southeast Oregon last night. Stanley ID has recorded a low temperature below 10 F on 9 of the past … Continue reading

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100 Aprils at Priest River Experiment Station in Idaho

The Priest River Experiment Station, located about 50 miles NE of Spokane, has recorded climate data nearly continuously since its establishment 100 years ago in 1911. This station has been well maintained with a good exposure over grass in a … Continue reading

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