Spokane Weather

Weekly Forecast:

A balance in perfection: Spokane, the capital of the Intermountain Northwest, revels in all four seasons.


It’s okay to brag that Greater Spokane enjoys more daylight on a yearly average than Los Angeles. That’s a lot of time to spend in the sun, exploring and finding the full fun potential of summer. Find your zen on a paddleboard, row your heart out in a raft on the river or reach for the sun as you fly high on a zip line. Find your sunny disposition in Spokane.


Crisp mornings, sunny afternoons. Spokane’s falls are a season filled with highs (in the 70s) and lows (in the 40s), but it’s all good. Spokane’s classic fall filled with the reds and golds of the season will make you want to sample a locally made spiced cider and jump in a pile of freshly raked leaves.


Cold, snow, sun, clouds. It’s the winter lover’s favorite menu and Spokane serves it up. With average highs in the 30s, snow is sure to fall—especially at the area’s ski resorts. Your winter adventure awaits on ski hills and backcountry cross country ski trails. Or have a simple snowball fight or make snow angels. Whatever you decide, you’re sure to find a winter heaven in Spokane. 


Let the warmth spread over you as winter gives way to spring. The flowers bloom, the nights are still cool, but the days show a promise of sunny potential in Greater Spokane. Amble through one of the dozens of city parks and take in Mother Nature’s reborn splendor or find a spot of sunny warmth on a restaurant patio as the warmer weather returns.

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