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SLIDESHOW: Snow Expected To Fall Throughout The Day Sunday

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Sunday Night: Snow will continue to fall off and on, with varying intensity, throughout the night and into tomorrow morning. Winds remain steady around 10mph. We could pick up an additional 2-2.5" of snow from what's on the ground right now. Low: 21° (Yellow)
 
Monday: Light snow showers lingering into the morning, although anymore accumulation will be light. A cold front sweeping through will kick winds up near 20mph Monday morning, but it will also up dry us up and turn off the snow. Partial clearing behind the front to partly sunny skies Monday afternoon. High: 32° (Yellow AM/Green PM)
 
Look Ahead: We'll look to stay dry and gradually warm up Tuesday and Wednesday. Next chance for some showers (rain/snow mix) will be by Thursday. Then cooling down towards next weekend brings yet another chance of snow to the Inland Northwest!
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