Heavy snow, rain, and strong winds are expected all across the Inland Northwest tonight through tomorrow. Leave plenty of extra time for your morning commute. A Winter Storm Warning is in effect for much of the Inland Northwest from 8pm tonight through tomorrow. Highest snow amounts will be north of highway 2. Total snow amounts of 3-6 inches are possible in the higher elevations of Spokane County. Amounts of 1-3 inches are more likely across the Spokane Valley and southern Spokane County as warmer air pushes the snow level to around 3000 ft. overnight. A wind advisory is also in effect for Spokane from 4am-6pm Monday. Expect sustained southwest winds of 25-35 mph with gusts as high as 50 mph! Even stronger winds are possible in an area from the Upper Columbia basin southeastward to the WA/ID Palouse.
Heavy snow, rain & strong winds in Inland NW
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