KHQ WEATHER AUTHORITY: First the COLD...Then Comes The SNOW! - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

KHQ WEATHER AUTHORITY: First the COLD...Then Comes The SNOW!

(KHQ Viewer photo from Dave in Harrington) (KHQ Viewer photo from Dave in Harrington)
 
KHQ.COM - Expect beautiful blue skies and sunshine along with frigid cold temperatures for Monday and Tuesday. Tuesday night into Wednesday warm sub-tropical moisture will push over this Arctic air mass that's in place, and there lies all the makings for a pretty good winter storm! All models are pointing to the possibility of 6 to 12" of snow at the valley floors and up to 15" in the mountains. 
Towards the Palouse, we could see 4 to 8" of snow before all is said and done.  The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Warning for the E. Slopes of the Cascades, NE Mountains, the Washington and Idaho Palouse, the Northern Idaho Panhandle also including CDA and the Spokane Area. 
 
Monday Night: Cuddle up! Temps set to fall into the single digits (2°)
 
Tuesday:  Increasing clouds....Snow Late.  (20°/19°)
 
Wednesday:  BIG SNOW~ I would say a Weather Authority Alert day!  (32°/31°)
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