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Photo from KHQ friend Dustin Cassens in Deer Park; It was posted on our Facebook wall Friday. Photo from KHQ friend Dustin Cassens in Deer Park; It was posted on our Facebook wall Friday.
Photo of a crash taken Friday on I-90 at the Altamont exit in the eastbound lanes. Photo of a crash taken Friday on I-90 at the Altamont exit in the eastbound lanes.
KHQ 7 day forecast KHQ 7 day forecast
Photo from Mt. Spokane taken on Friday. Photo from Mt. Spokane taken on Friday.
TODAY: Mostly cloudy skies. Heavy mountain snow; light valley snow showers. Minor valley accumulations expected.  Temperatures will fall throughout the day.  Winds: W 15; G 25mph. (green)
 
TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy.  Cold.  Low: 19. 
 
TOMORROW: Decreasing clouds.  Breezy.  High: 25.  Winds: NE 15-20; G 25mph.  
 
COLD temperatures will continue through the week with an Arctic air mass settling in. Expect highs in the teens and lows in the single digits; the coldest temperatures the area has seen in a couple of years.

 

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