Mark Peterson

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Mark Peterson anchors Good Morning Northwest alongside Robyn Nance and Derek Deis each weekday morning.

Mark Peterson has been in broadcasting since 1982 in Radio and started in Television in 1987. He graduated from high school in Billings, Montana, and attended college at Montana State University in beautiful Bozeman. He started his career at KBOZ in Bozeman, MT then onto Billings and Northern California and has traveled extensively throughout the U.S., both with work and for enjoyment.

Mark has served on many boards for various charities, spoken to groups of 10 to 10,000 people and helps the Spokane Lilac Association with its annual Armed Forces Torchlight Parade. Currently on the board of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Spokane.

He farms in the summer on the Family farm in Scobey, MT and can be seen Emceeing and auctioneering throughout our area year around.

Mark has three sons, Tillman (born in July of 2004), Matthew, and Joseph. He enjoys golf, fishing and traveling when time allows.


Low clouds and more fog Thursday – Mark

More fog Wednesday, but changes are ahead – Mark

After brief round of light snow, clouds and fog persist – Mark

More patchy fog and cloudy conditions for Tuesday – Mark

A foggy start to the week, but sunshine is on the way- Mark

A Dense Fog Advisory starts the workweek – Mark

A mild weekend ahead – Mark

A dry and mild day to wrap up the week – Mark

Showers to afternoon winds before a mild weekend – Mark

Morning rain turns to dry, breezy conditions this afternoon – Mark

Clouds to Night Rain and Dry for the Weekend – Mark

A Dense Fog Advisory is in effect for parts of the Inland Northwest – Mark

Afternoon clouds and dry into Thursday morning – Mark

A wintry mix with areas of fog for Tuesday – Mark

A few more days of fog and cloudy conditions – Mark

Expect another foggy start to your workweek – Mark

Mild Temperatures and More Dense Fog – Mark

A foggy and mild weekend ahead – Mark

A Dense Fog Advisory covers the region – Mark

Patchy freezing fog and icy road conditions make for treacherous Thursday commute – Mark

A soggy midweek forecast – Mark

Valley rain and mountain snow continues through tonight – Mark

A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect until Tuesday afternoon – Mark

Another round of rain and snow Tuesday morning – Mark

Afternoon flurries to start the workweek – Mark

Warmer & windy today, calm & cool Saturday – Mark

Prepare for slushy roads and 50 mile per hour wind gusts Friday – Mark

The snow’s not over yet – Mark

The calm before tonight’s winter storm- Mark

A Winter Storm Warning is in effect for the next few days – Mark

Some snow today, BIG snow on Thursday – Mark

Light snow Tuesday, heavier snow later this week – Mark

More snow today; some blowing and drifting – Mark

Another round of snow moves into the region today – Mark

2022 brings bitter cold temperatures to the Inland Northwest – Mark

We’re ringing in the New Year with subzero temperatures – Mark

Another 2 inches of snow expected to fall in Spokane Thursday – Mark

Overnight snow makes for a slick morning commute – Mark