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TRAFFIC ALERT: Snow Hits Inland Northwest Making For Terrible Road Conditions

(Photo uploaded to our KHQ Facebook Wall on Monday morning) (Photo uploaded to our KHQ Facebook Wall on Monday morning)
(Photo taken on Monday of a rolled semi truck at the Sherman exit) (Photo taken on Monday of a rolled semi truck at the Sherman exit)
(Photo taken on Monday of a rolled semi truck at the Sherman exit) (Photo taken on Monday of a rolled semi truck at the Sherman exit)

SPOKANE, Wash. - The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory in effect from 4 am Monday to 10 am Tuesday as we are expecting 3 to 6 inches of more snow for locations including Coeur d`Alene area, Moses Lake area, Upper Columbia Basin-Spokane area, Waterville Plateau....in addition there is a Winter Storm Warning in effect from 4 am Monday to 10 am Tuesday for the Idaho Palouse, Central Panhandle Mountains-Lewiston area, Lewis and Southern Nez Perce Counties-northeast Blue Mountains ...3 to 7 inches of snow expected in the valleys & 6 to 10" in the mountains.

An arctic air mass will quickly follow this storm.... dropping our temperatures to 12 ° for daytime highs on Tuesday and Wednesday and overnight lows the will fall below zero Tuesday night before making a slow climb back into the mid 20's and low 30's by the weekend!  That means the snow that falls will most likely stick around for most of the week.

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