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KHQ WEATHER AUTHORITY: Plummeting Temperatures Ice Over Roads

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Overnight: Mostly Clear skies & plummeting temperatures mean those sloppy, slushy roads will ice over quickly. Expect a gorgeous sunrise with some foggy spots & a few ragged low clouds.

Wednesday: Clouds start to build back in Wednesday afternoon as moisture begins to move in from the south. Wednesday stays mostly dry and we go from partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies. Some areas south of Spokane could see showers Wednesday night...however Thursday still looks like the best chance of some rain or rain/snow mix. High: 35° (Green)

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