Posted on January 16, 2012 at 10:04 AM
Monday, Nov 25 at 9:27 PM
Residents of Eastern Washington and North Idaho have been waiting for snow for months, and it looks like it is finally on the way.
A Winter Weather Advisory and Storm Watch have been issued for:
Coeur d'Alene, ID
Moses Lake Area, WA
Upper Columbia Basin, WA
Lewiston Area, ID
Okanogan Highland, WA
Wenatchee Area, WA
Okanogan Valley, WA
Waterville Plateau, WA
Northeast Mountains, WA
Central Panhandle, ID
Northern Panhandle, ID
East Slopes North Cascades, WA
North Northeast Blue Mountains, WA
Lower Asotin and Garfield, WA
Snow accumulations are expected to reach up to a foot in valley areas and two ft. in the mountains. Drivers should be aware of low visibility. The latest storm watch expires at 7:00 p.m. Wednesday. Most of the snow should fall starting Tuesday night and into Wednesday.
To see the most recent forecast, click here. For conditions around the area, click here.
To see the most recent advisories from the National Weather Service, click here.
For the most recent conditions of Snoqualmie Pass, click here.
Don’t forget to keep your camera phones handy. We love to see your snow pictures here at KREM. You can email them our way throughout the week at firstname.lastname@example.org.