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BLAKE JENSEN: After seeing officially 1.2" of snow yesterday around Spokane, how about some sunshine to cheer us back up?! Still some isolated snow showers in the higher elevations of the Idaho Panhandle this morning. We'll also be dealing with some patchy fog. Once that fog lifts expect partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies! High temperature will be right around 37°
 
After a nice day today, things look to get a bit dicey. By tomorrow morning our next wave of moisture looks to move back in producing light snow showers tomorrow morning before turning again to a rain/snow mix as high temps again approach 40°. The pattern we'll be in the next 3-4 days will be of any moisture falling at night will be snow then enough warming each day would turn the snow to a non-accumulating rain/snow.
 
Long story short...enjoy the sun today...it's going to get dreary.
 
 
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