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KHQ WEATHER AUTHORITY: 1.5" of new snow fell at the Spokane International Airport yesterday but by the end of the day most of that had melted off. Today, rest assured, will be MUCH calmer.

In fact starting off the day with a beautiful morning. Partly cloudy skies and some sunshine as a short ridge of high pressure moves over. Another cold front is on the way though and we'll start to see an increase in clouds because of that by early afternoon. Best chance of some showers looks to be tomorrow, and most of those stay in NE WA, N. Panhandle of Idaho and NW Montana. Chance for some isolated showers around Spokane but NOTHING like yesterday.
 
Today: Partly Cloudy AM, Mostly Cloudy PM. Much calmer winds, SW 5-10mph. High: 40°
 
Tonight: Mostly Cloudy with a chance of Iso. Showers to the North. Low: 28°
 
Tomorrow: Mostly cloudy, Iso. Mixed Showers. High: 41°
 
After tomorrow we'll start to see a ridge of high pressure build...and while we still have some showers in the forecast for late week, temperatures will be MUCH warmer. In fact by Saturday temps look to be in the 50's!!!

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