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Your Weekend Forecast!

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Friday: Scattered morning snow showers…becoming partly cloudy. Increasing clouds overnight. Low/High, 26°/36°.

Saturday: Light snow at times (very little accumulation)…, otherwise mostly cloudy & cold with northeast winds 10-15mph. Wind chills in the teens. Low/High 24°/31°.

Sunday into Monday: Arctic & Polar air clashing should result in snowfall for the area. Fine, powdery snow begins by afternoon & lasts late into the overnight hours. By Monday morning: Spokane to the Palouse may receive 2-4 inches. Low/High 16°/24°.

Monday: Morning flurries, then partly cloudy with a cold north wind & scattered mountain snow showers. Low/High 15°/20°…Wind chill 0° to 10°.

Tuesday: Mostly sunny…Low/High, 5°/14°…Wind chill 0°.

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