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Wednesday Weather Update: A Weak Cold Front By Morning

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***Winter Weather Advisory for W. MT & Cent ID Mountains Until Thursday Morning: Mountain Passes 3-6", Above 2000ft 1-3" & Below 2000ft up to 1" ***


Wednesday: Cold front moves through today, that will cause numerous changes. First off...light flurries & rain/snow mix could just clip Spokane by late morning/early afternoon. With a chance of more light snow flurries later tonight before clearing skies into Thursday. High: 36° (Yellow for Rain/Snow mix)

Wednesday Night: Cold front pushes moisture SE of the region, but colder air will start to infiltrate the area. Winds also shift to northerly and become a bit breezy. Mostly clear skies. Low: 18° (Green)

Thursday: Colder & drier air for Thursday will lead to a cold but SUNNY day! Fog shouldn't even be an issue as the cold front wipes out any weak inversions. High: 30° (Green)

Winter Storm System expected in the region by Friday afternoon. Travel could be impacted, especially over the mountain passes. Right now it looks like up to 2" possible around Spokane...we'll continue to update that projection with continued model runs.

-Blake
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