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KHQ WEATHER AUTHORITY: More Arctic Air, Snow Showers Tonight

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*Wind Chill Warning for NE WA, the ID Panhandle & Extreme W MT (Clark Fork) extended until 10am Thursday; dangerous wind chill temperatures down to –30°

Thursday: Another VERY cold start to the day. Actual temperatures are colder than yesterday, but wind chill (for the most part) isn't QUITE as cold but still between -10 to -20° around Spokane. Mostly sunny to start, clouds increasing late afternoon/evening. High: 13° (Red for Temps)

Thursday Night: Some moisture that's been in Central Oregon will start to lift to the NNE tonight. That'll bring the chance for some light snow showers late Thursday/early Friday. Expecting an inch or less in Spokane. Camas Prairie & Blue Mtns could get 1-3" and the LC Valley 1-2". Low: 4° (Yellow)

Friday: Models showing snow showers will continue to be possible through much of the morning...eventually weakening and moving NE by late morning/early afternoon. Mostly cloudy after that. High: 18° (Yellow)

*Cold Weather Tips*

-Dress in several light, loose layers

-Watch for signs of frostbite (white, grayish skin) and hypothermia (slurred speech and body temp dropping).

-If trapped outside, get out of the wind and stay dry

-Don't drive unless you absolutely HAVE to!

Stay safe and warm everyone!


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