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PHOTOS: Extreme Weather Rolls Through The Inland Northwest

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KHQ.com - Wow! Did you feel that? Did you see that? Did you HEAR that? Pounding rain and hail storms made their way through our area on Tuesday and it was hard to miss! 

We received pictures of quarter-sized hail on the south hill and flooding roads in Coeur d'Alene! There were severe thunderstorm warnings for multiple counties across eastern Washington and northern Idaho, and at times here in downtown Spokane, we could hardly hear what we were doing because of the intense hail outside. 

We received some pretty impressive photos from viewers around the area. Check them out in the slideshow attached to this story. 

If you have pictures you'd like to submit, please post them on our Facebook page, or email them to pix@khq.com.
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