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WASHINGTON -

SPOKANE, Wash. - Many people in the Spokane area were surprised at Sunday morning's dusting of snow.
    
The National Weather Service says they're likely to see more Tuesday night. But forecasters say any accumulation will be less than half an inch and it won't last long as the precipitation turns to rain on Wednesday.
    
The Weather Service says Western Washington can expect periods of wind and rain through the week.

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Monday: Some scattered snow showers continuing across the central & southern panhandle, while we see clearing skies from west to east. Morning fog eventually burning off and should even see mostly sunny skies by the end of the day. *Disclaimer* the sunshine doesn't last long. High: 40° (Green)

Monday Night: The next round of showers starts to move across the Cascades around midnight. This event looks to bring widespread snow showers, as it is moving in overnight. Expect to see some snow near the Okanogan & Wenatchee Valleys by 3-4AM...chance for snow reaching Spokane around 8-9AM. Low: 28° (Yellow for snow)

Tuesday: Mostly cloudy and snow showers...that's right, a widespread chance of snow showers tomorrow. Again, reaching the Spokane/Cd'A area by mid-morning, then snow showers possibly sticking around until the mid-afternoon. Could see up to a half inch of accumulation around Spokane. Between .5-1" for some of our northern Valleys. High: 35° (Yellow)

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