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.


Potential Record Heat Today with Showers and Cooler Weekend - Mark

Sun and Record Heat Today, Cooler and Showers this Weekend - Mark

A Couple of Great Days to Wrap up the Week - Mark

Spring-like conditions all the way into the weekend - Mark

Grab Your Shades, Sunny & Warm Today - Mark

Warming trend continues Tuesday - Mark

Clouds and warm weather all week long - Mark

A warmer, drier week ahead - Mark

Calming and cooling for Saturday, while mountain snow continues - Mark

Breezy with Clouds and Mountain Snow - Mark

Snow falls and the winds will blow... not a great combination - Mark

1 to 3 inches of snow expected in Spokane, more for Idaho - Mark

A sunny afternoon today and a snowy commute Thursday morning - Mark

Enjoy the sun before another round of snow arrives - Mark

From sun to snow to sun to snow Thursday - Mark

Wind gusts could reach 30 mph today - Mark

Winds and showers dampen the warmer temperatures of today - Mark

A Wind Advisory is in effect until dinnertime - Mark

Storm moves in around dinner time, bringing 1-3 inches of new snow - Mark

1 to 3 inches of snow expected tonight - Mark

Sunshine and mild, with more snow on the way Thursday - Mark

Afternoon sunshine and warmer temperatures today - Mark

Snow showers continue with high pressure and drier conditions through Thursday - Mark

Snow flurries today, temperatures warming this week - Mark

Winter weather continues through Tuesday morning - Mark

Winter Storm Warning in effect, more snow on the way - Mark

Cold and breezy with snow to the south - Mark

Cold temperatures and gusty winds trigger Wind Chill Advisory - Mark

Bitterly cold overnight lows and winds make for a dangerous combination - Mark

Temperatures are dropping with wind chill nearing single digits - Mark

Brace for cold temperatures and gusty winds tonight and Thursday - Mark

Frigid windchill and single digit temperatures moving in - Mark

Some sun today and Wednesday before the arctic air moves in - Mark

The coldest days of the winter are ahead - Mark

Partly Cloudy and Cool, Mountain Snow Possible - Mark

Enjoy a mild weekend before an arctic blast next week - Mark

Afternoon snow could stick around until Friday morning - Mark

Snow moving in for N. Idaho Thursday and we could see a little bit of it - Mark

Grab those layers! Wednesday starts off chilly with sun breaks on the way - Mark

Gusty winds and cloudy skies for your Groundhog Day - Mark