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From Facebook friend Derek B. in Bonners Ferry: Just enough snow off the trail at Roman Nose Lakes to make a snowball and write in the snow. From Facebook friend Derek B. in Bonners Ferry: Just enough snow off the trail at Roman Nose Lakes to make a snowball and write in the snow.

SPOKANE, Wash. - This weekend we're expecting to see the first measurable rainfall in over two months across the Inland Northwest. You'll start to notice some changes by as early as this afternoon. Expect to see increasing clouds throughout the day and breezy winds by this afternoon.

High temperatures will still be in the upper 60s. The first wave of moisture looks to hit about midnight tonight but should be relatively light. Some light scattered showers on Saturday and then seeing MUCH more rain on Sunday and Monday. All I have to say...it's about time!
 
Today: Mostly sunny/Partly cloudy. Breezy SW 10-15, G25 mph. High: 68°
 
Tonight: Mostly cloudy. Showers start around midnight. Low: 46°
 
Saturday: Mostly cloudy. Next round of moisture looks to move in Saturday night. High: 63°
 
EXPECTED WEEKEND RAINFALL TOTALS:
Spokane: 1.13"
Sandpoint: 1.42"
Pullman: .88"
Omak: .35"
Moses Lake: .18"
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