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The Daily Evergreen

The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

“[The heat] really has an effect on how much we have available to meet orders every week.

High temperatures affect local producers

GREY KAMASZ, Evergreen reporter August 25, 2022

With rising temperatures in Pullman and Moscow, producers are unable to sell some varieties of their crops.  At the WSU Eggert Family Organic Farm lettuce was affected by the heat, said Brad Jaeckel,...

Butch is avoiding the downpour

STELA SZABOOVA, Evergreen illustrator June 10, 2022

The four horsemen of a Pullman spring

The four horsemen of a Pullman spring

GRACIE ROGERS, Evergreen illustrator April 21, 2022

The sun may fool you

The sun may fool you

ARINA SULEIMANOVA, Evergreen illustrator April 7, 2022

Blue sky peaks through clouds over Bryan Hall. Feb. 24.

El Niño, La Niña responsible for fluctuating Palouse weather

BRANSON VIRGEN, Evergreen reporter February 28, 2022

During the first few weeks of February, the city of Pullman saw warmer temperatures relative to recent years but has been experiencing a recent cold snap. Temperatures were getting around 50 degrees Fahrenheit,...

Foggy conditions are expected across the Palouse until Friday.

Freezing fog may cause icy roads, low visibility

MEGHAN HENRY, Evergreen managing editor January 25, 2022

Heavy fog has descended onto the Palouse and is expected to continue through Friday, potentially creating icy roads in already low visibility conditions. Inclement weather like fog falls carries little...

Drivers can be proactive by driving slowly, using snow chains or tires and choosing not to drive if the weather makes roads too dangerous. 

Cautious driving is the name of the game, troopers say

MEGHAN HENRY, Evergreen managing editor January 11, 2022

Weather conditions across the state continue to keep the Washington State Patrol busy, and students returning to school on the east side have seen its effect firsthand.  As temperatures rise...

Snow expected Monday across Palouse region

Snow expected Monday across Palouse region

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Life editor December 6, 2021

The Palouse is expected to get between two and four inches of snow on Monday. The Palouse, Columbia Basin and the Spokane areas are expected to have wind up to 40 miles per hour Wednesday afternoon,...

Temperatures will drop throughout the week starting Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service.

Pullman to get a wet winter

SAM TAYLOR, Evergreen sports editor October 20, 2021

Residents in Pullman may be seeing a wet winter in the coming months.  Lower temperatures have been flowing into the region because of La Niña, which is a condition where ocean temperatures are...

Recent average temperatures have been within 5 or 6 degrees of normal average temperatures in Pullman during late August.

Pullman cools down for the week

KASSANDRA VOGEL, Evergreen reporter August 26, 2021

Recent cool weather may seem unusual, but only when compared to Pullman's extremely hot summer.   There has been a significant weather pattern shift over the last week, which has brought cooler...

Normal temperatures around mid to high 70s will return by the end of the week.

We’re cool for the summer … temporarily, at least

KASSANDRA VOGEL, Evergreen reporter August 19, 2021

The worst appears to be over for the Pullman area this summer. High temperatures and hazy conditions will be replaced by cooler weather in the coming days, followed by a return to more average temperatures.  After...

The different climates students come from may not prepare them for Pullmans unique winters.

OPINION: Pullman winters are a completely different experience

GRACE LAPIERRE November 3, 2020

Coming from central New York, I had no expectations about Pullman’s winter. Even though it snowed earlier this year than I am used to in New York, I find the winters to be fairly kind most of the time. There...

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