*From now on you will notice in our emails a green, yellow or red at the end of our tonight and tomorrow forecast. Green~indicates a GOOD day, Yellow~indicates an "INCONVENIENT" day (i.e.. rain/snow/wind), and Red indicates a "SEVERE" weather day, a day that we will trigger a "Weather Authority Alert".
Today: One of the wettest days in the INW we've seen in quite. Could see over an inch of accumulated rain in the northern panhandle by the end of the day today. Spokane looks to see off and on showers today...with scattered showers for parts of the basin. High: 55° (yellow)
Tonight: More rain as the low pressure system shifts....majority of the rain falling in NE Wa and North Idaho. Low: 48° (yellow)
Tomorrow: Rain shifts, will mostly affect communities near the Canadian border, but throughout the day will sink down across parts of the Basin and Spokane CDA. High: 57° (yellow)