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KHQ WEATHER AUTHORITY: Arctic Air In Place By Next Week!

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Friday: Slow moving band of snow showers is finally south of Spokane and continuing to move south today. That means the Palouse and Central/Southern Panhandle will continue to see snow showers today, while other areas see gradual clearing skies! Mostly sunny for our northern counties by this afternoon, partly cloudy around Spokane. High: 30° (Green)

Friday Night: Clearing will continue to move south overnight tonight, that'll help bring all snow showers to the end. It will also mean colder morning temperatures with lows into the teens! Low: 18° (Green)

Saturday: Some patchy fog Saturday morning but with the drier air dropping into the region, once the fog clears, expect mostly sunny skies! It'll be sunny, but cool. High: 26° (Green)

Look Ahead: The arctic air that's been affecting the majority of the country will finally take its toll on the INW. By the middle/end of next week our high temperatures will have trouble making it out of the 20s and overnight lows will drop to single digits! Start preparing NOW!


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