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.


Breezy, but dry Monday night and a sunny Tuesday ahead – Mark

Spring Break with nice Spring Weather -Mark

More sunshine, more smiles.

More flurries and then a calmer Saturday expected – Mark

Friday will be a transition day – Mark

The weather is improving, slowly – Mark

More showers possible, not an April Fool Forecast – Mark

More mountain snow with valley rain showers -Mark

First the rain then the wind, wind advisory until 8 p.m. Monday – Mark

Wind advisory and showers Monday – Mark

Wetter weather for the weekend – Mark

From snow and rain, to clear then cool – Mark

Showers are scattering and light snow still possible – Mark

Clouds and cooler for Tuesday – Mark

Winds, showers, graupel… yes it’s Spring – Mark

A great weekend weather-wise – Mark

Get outside while the weather is so nice.

First Friday of Spring, Beautiful – Mark

Looks great through Monday morning

Goodbye Winter, hello Spring – Mark

Great weather to get outside

Warm wrap up of Winter — Mark

Good bye Winter and Hello Spring

St Patty’s Day forecast has the luck of the Irish – Mark

St. Patrick’s Day sunshine -Mark

Wintery weather is on the way – Mark

Look up tonight! Worm supermoon will be visible across the region – Mark

Sunshine to start the week, snow to end it – Mark

A front brings in rain or snow tonight – Mark

Clouds Friday, then a rain/snow mix Saturday morning

Here is your weather forecast for Friday, March 6.

Windy through Wednesday – Mark

Winds aplenty

Rain and/or snow showers later Monday and into Tuesday – Mark

Cooler and Breezy for March 2nd – Mark

A cold front arrives tonight, winds and rain/snow – Mark

A beautiful wrap-up of the week -Mark

Sunshine today and tomorrow – Mark

Sunshine all day Thursday and Friday – Mark

Sprinkles and sunshine possible today – Mark

Here is your morning weather forecast for Wednesday February 26th

Those clouds could bring a flurry or sprinkles – Mark

Increased clouds and isolated showers into Wednesday

Sun & clouds today – Mark

Here is your morning weather forecast for Tuesday , February 25th, 2020

Winds to calm down and nice weather ahead – Mark

Better weather on the way