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ALERT: Sub Zero Temps Strike The Inland Northwest; Frigid New Year's Eve Forecasted

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  • KHQ.COM - We're in for more cold temperatures as we head into the weekend...and get ready for a very cold New Year's Eve....and get ready for a very cold New Year's Eve! What's the temperature where you are right now? >>>Join in on the Facebook conversation we're having right now about the frigid temperatures forecasted!

    Friday: Alpine-like day…Mostly clear skies, bright carpet of snow, & frigid temperatures, Spokane Metro Area Low/High, -2°/15°.

    Saturday: New Years Day 2011 should be mostly clear & unseasonably cold. Low/High, -3°/17°.

    FYI: With 8.2 inches of new snow officially added into the weather logs, Spokane has 43.2 inches of snowfall for the season…This time last year, we recorded only at 9.2 inches.

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