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Today: Steady rain at times through the morning...then a brief break around Spokane from the wet weather this afternoon. Rain showers could continue through much of the day for the Palouse and Southern Panhandle. More wet weather moving again by this evening. High: 48°

Tonight: The next storm moves in right on the heels of this first one. It will bring periods of moderate to heavy rain overnight tonight and into Thursday morning. Heaviest rain looks to fall from south to north across the Panhandle, but most of the Inland Empire will be receiving rain. Low: 39°

Tomorrow: Rain becoming scattered showers tomorrow morning before the NEXT storm system moves in Thursday afternoon. Winds also start to pick up Thursday afternoon and evening. The long and short of it...it's going to be a wet 48 hours! High: 50°

Flood Watches remain in effect for several counties in the Inland Northwest. Look for sharp rises in some area streams and rivers. Also the possibility of standing water/urban flooding due to clogged storm drains.



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