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Steam plant cranking to keep everyone warm
December 7, 2005

WSU’s steam plant was chugging along at sunrise today (Wednesday, Dec. 7) to keep building, employees and students warm. Temperatures dipped into the negative zone last night, hitting -2 degrees Farenheit, according to the Weather Record low for yesterday was -32 degrees in 1968, and the record high was a balmy 59 degrees in 1980. High today is suppose to hit 22 degrees with winds from the east at 15 mph, then its down to 15 degrees tonight with 5-10 mph winds.

Pullman gets the first snow of the winter
November 30, 2004

Pullman and the Inland Northwest took its first major hit of snow for the year. Some bikes on the Pullman campus did not make it inside before the storm. If you’re wondering about tomorrow’s weather, there is a live link to The Weather Channel in the far right-hand column of the WSU Today website. (Photo by Evan Epstein, WSU Today)

Spokane celebration moves indoors
August 24, 2004

The Spokane Academic Center celebration set for 8 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 25, will change location due to predicted bad weather. “Building for Excellence” events will be held in the WSU Spokane Health Sciences Building, rooms 110A, B, C and D, 310 N. Riverpoint Blvd.WSU Pullman parking permits are honored in WSU Spokane parking lots. Those who have not sent an RSVP are nonetheless welcome to join the celebration. 8/24/04