SPOKANE, Wash. -- Wind and snow will break into Eastern Washington and north Idaho this weekend after hitting the west.
The storm should strike hardest Friday afternoon, but it will stick around through Saturday. Up to 10 inches could fall in certain locations and blustery winds could reach speeds of 30 mph.
Temperatures will reach the upper 30s, but wind chill temperatures will run much cooler.
Slideoffs started during the Friday commute, including this one at Hwy. 2 and Flint.
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