By Nic Loyd, WSU meteorologist, and Linda Weiford, WSU News SPOKANE, Wash. – As a warm sun hung over the Inland Northwest one day last week, it felt as though a giant lid had been yanked off the region. After a seemingly constant onslaught of rainy or drizzly days, the sky was blue, the temperature […]
By Nic Loyd, WSU meteorologist, and Linda Weiford, WSU News SPOKANE, Wash. – Most of us are familiar with the hazardous weather alerts given by the National Weather Service, ranging from winter storm warnings and flood advisories to severe thunderstorm watches.
A year after flooding devastated areas of western Washington, a WSU researcher is helping analyze and evaluate ongoing crisis counseling in six counties most affected. Many thousands of people have been served by four outreach teams using a variety of strategies, said Robert Short, director of the Washington Institute for Mental Health Research and […]
Due to recent flooding and road damage, caused by the Dec. 2-3 storms, it is suggested that people traveling shoud check their route before they leave home. This includes parents planning to attend the upcoming fall commencement on the Pullman campus, as well as business travelers and students. You can learn about highway conditions […]
Due to the increased amount of rain, the threat of flooding increased in many areas of Washington in the past several days. Precautions are being taken to limit damage at Washington State University facilities. Here is a quick update: * Operations at WSU-Mount Vernon NWREC returned to normal this morning as the threat of flooding has subsided, at least for […]
Due to the increased amount of rain, flooding is occurring in many areas of Washington and precautions are being taken to limit damage. Below is an update on the flood situation in areas related to Washington State University. * Operations at WSU-Mount Vernon NWREC were suspended at 2 pm today, Tuesday, Nov. 7, due to […]