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KHQ WEATHER AUTHORITY: Changes starting on Thursday

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SPOKANE, Wash. -

Wednesday night: After some breaks in the clouds tonight, we'll again see fog starting to form, especially in the E. Slopes of the Cascades and out across the Columbia Basin. Mid and Upper level clouds are also moving in from the SE as moisture starts to make it's way in. Low: 27°

Thursday: Showers start early Thursday morning just east of the Cascades. Parts of the Columbia Basin could see some light freezing rain during the morning. As moisture pushes east, light snow showers look to be possible from Spokane, north by the early afternoon. Should be mainly rain south of Spokane. If you see snow, it'll be light, anywhere from a dusting to an inch, tops. High: 34°

Looking Ahead: We can expect a couple more disturbances as we head into the weekend. Some spotty showers possible Friday morning, but the best batch of moisture looks to arrive by Friday night/Saturday morning. By then our temps will have risen above freezing, this should be a primarily valley rain/mountain snow event, with snow levels eventually rising to 6-7,000'.

-Blake (You can follow me on Facebook at KHQ Blake Jensen, and on Twitter at @KHQBlakeJensen)

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