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SPOKANE, Wash. -

Increasing clouds through mid-day, with mountain snow and valley rain moving in by afternoon as a cold front moves through.  

Cascade mountain passes will see several inches of snow by Tuesday evening with light accumulations in the Okanogan Highlands and the Idaho Panhandle looking for 3-6" of new snow by Wednesday morning.

Daytime highs will remain in the mid 40's with overnight lows down to freezing, which could produce a little rain/snow mix into Wednesday morning, especially north and east.  By this weekend daytime highs drop into the mid 30's.

Leslie Lowe

KHQ Chief Forecaster  

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