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Are We Going To Have A White Christmas?

Diane Smith Holman from Elmira, Idaho snapped this photo Diane Smith Holman from Elmira, Idaho snapped this photo
Facebook Friend Kelly Walden-Marang: I-90 Westbound near Kellogg. Semi completely on its side. Facebook Friend Kelly Walden-Marang: I-90 Westbound near Kellogg. Semi completely on its side.
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TODAY: A light rain/snow mix off and on today; mainly this morning for Spokane/CdA; redeveloping over Cascades & Okanogan Highland/Valleys this afternoon. Mostly cloudy and mild. High: 39.  Winds E 5-10mph.
 
TONIGHT: A few scattered rain & snow showers. Low: 32.  Winds E 3-5mph.
 
TOMORROW: Mostly cloudy.  Precipitation (snow & rain/snow mix) moves from SW to NE across the region through the day. Omak, Moses Lake, Wenatchee areas could see 1-3" by Sunday morning.  Mild.  High: 38.  Winds SE 5-10mph.
 
Holiday travelers- prepare for wintry conditions, especially on the passes.
 
Christmas Day is looking dry for the most part; however our next big storm system takes aim on the Pacific NW by early Wednesday. We could see some light snow late in the day on Christmas and overnight into Wednesday.
 
Have a great weekend!
Amy
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