Light morning snow causing slippery commute! - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

Light morning snow causing slippery commute!

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WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY -

  • Northeast Blue Mtns - Until 4AM anywhere between 3-7" of snow.
  • Palouse/LC Valley - Until 10AM Thursday 2-4" of snow
  • Camas Prairie/Southern Panhandle - 3-6" of snow
  • Moses Lake/Upper Columbia Basin - 1-3" of snow


Thursday: Light morning snow early with SLOW going driving conditions for your AM commute!!! Gradual clearing into the afternoon. Temperatures will top out into the mid to low 20's.

Tonight: Expect clearing skies overnight into Friday FRIGID cold temps down into the single digits. 5°

Friday: Mainly sunny skies and COLD temps in the single digits!! 9°

Satellite & Radar:  Dangerously Cold Temperatures on the way! Once this system passes this morning, cold frigid air will take over the region through the weekend.

7 Day Forecast:  COLD AS ICE!!! Single digits daytime highs and overnight lows below zero are possible Friday and Saturday. We slowly warm up into next week with chances for snow starting early next week.

For road and pass conditions:
http://www.khq.com/category/120835/road-pass-conditions
To track weather systems 24/7 use the KHQ HD Doppler 6i Interactive Radar: http://www.khq.com/category/161642/interactive-radar
 

~~Leslie

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