Matt Gray

Weekend Meteorologist

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Meteorologist Matt Gray brings you the forecast each weekend on 4 News Now, along with stories about how weather and climate impact all of us in the Inland Northwest.

Matt began his career just down I-90 in Missoula, Montana shortly after graduating with a B.S. in Meteorology from Florida State University. Matt returned home to Florida in 2017 and immediately ended up covering the state’s first major hurricane landfall in over a decade. Now after covering a few active hurricane seasons, Matt is excited to forecast for the regular four seasons instead here in Eastern Washington and North Idaho.

When Matt isn’t talking weather, he’s spending time hiking in the summer, skiing in the winter, watching sports, and finding good local food (and local beer) to try.

Articles

A chill in the air this 4th of July with scattered rain and storms -Matt

Expect a stormy Sunday; Flood Watch for the rest of the weekend – Matt

Rain and storms are coming to celebrate the 4th of July with us – Matt

We hit Spokane’s all time high temperature one year ago

Monday is the first hot day of the year with 90s galore – Matt

Heating up on the court and the thermometer for Sunday – Matt

‘Very High’ UV Index for Hoopfest Weekend

How to watch the planets align over the Inland Northwest

Chance of showers and storms on Father’s Day – Matt

Wet start with some thunder this weekend – Matt

Rain pushes local rivers to their highest since 2018

Are we seeing more lightning in the Inland Northwest?

For the first time since March 2020, there is no severe drought in Washington

Explaining severe weather alerts during thunderstorms

Even more rain and thunderstorms on Sunday- Matt

New research finds the keys to predicting fire seasons

How to plan around this weekend’s thunderstorms

June forecast trending wet as fire season approaches

Wet weather in the forecast for Memorial Day – Matt

Overnight showers, afternoon storms for Sunday – Matt

Cold spring weather will impact recreation this month

How to recognize fire weather and get wildfire alerts

Spokane hits 70 degrees for the first time this year

Research: Pacific storm clouds strengthened 2021 Northwest heat wave

Thunderstorms return Monday afternoon

Beautiful Sunday a big change from Saturday’s storms

Late spring snow blankets Sherman Pass

When is the Inland Northwest going to warm up?

Wednesday storm will bring wind and rain – Matt

60s with some more sun on Monday – Matt

Much warmer Sunday, then strong evening thunderstorms – Matt

Spokane tornado hit 80 mph, gets EF-0 rating

Rain tonight, then a dry and cool Friday – Matt

Get ready for a blood-red lunar eclipse Sunday night

Warmer weather means more pollen in the Inland Northwest

Frosty Monday morning with a chance for snowflakes – Matt

Calmer and colder weather on Mother’s Day – Matt

Rocket launch in Florida creates eerie ‘space jellyfish’ cloud

Expect higher river levels this May and June