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.


Snow to rain showers and then SW winds - Mark

Snow, rain and some gusty winds for your Monday - Mark

A mild Thanksgiving and weekend expected - Mark

Happy Thanksgiving, looks dry and mild - Mark

Afternoon showers and then dry for Thanksgiving and beyond - Mark

A few afternoon showers then a dry Thanksgiving - Mark

Valley rain and mountain snow through Wednesday - Mark

Cool and cloudy today with areas of patchy fog - Mark

Snow makes its way out as temperatures warm throughout the region - Mark

A slippery morning drive, cloudy afternoon expected - Mark

Sunny and dry heading into the weekend - Mark

Dry in the valley and some mountain snow into the weekend - Mark

A break from the rain! - Mark

Breezy with showers today and Thursday morning - Mark

More showers and breezy conditions into Thursday - Mark

Warm with afternoon showers today and midday showers Wednesday - Mark

A mild day with afternoon showers moving through - Mark

A winter mix with travel issues, a better weekend ahead - Mark

Winter mix with patchy blowing snow, caution advised - Mark

Wet roads and mountain snow through Wednesday - Mark

Expect a slippery commute with fresh snow on the roads - Mark

Snow overnight, snowy commute Tuesday morning - Mark

A Winter Weather Advisory goes into effect tonight - Mark

Dry to the north and rain to the south of Spokane - Mark

Clouds and mild temperatures today and Saturday - Mark

Rain starts this afternoon, cool this weekend and snow possible on Sunday - Mark

Windy Wednesday and then rain for Thursday - Mark

Windy and warm for Wednesday - Mark

Some Rain for Election day and then More Rain end of Week- Mark

Afternoon showers for Election Day - Mark

Sunshine today, showers for Election Day - Mark

A sunny start to November - Mark

Afternoon winds and then a nice weekend - Mark

Showers, winds and mild temperatures make for a busy Friday - Mark

Warmer weather today and into the weekend -Mark

Warmer temperatures to wrap up of the week - Mark

We have favorable weather all the way through the weekend - Mark

More sunshine and warmer temperatures today - Mark

Sunshine and cold to sunshine and above average temperatures - Mark