Snow hits Inland Northwest

Weather Update: 11/30/16 at 6 a.m.

Wednesday morning, the snow began to fall again in the Inland Northwest.

As the authors of ski reports everywhere rejoiced, commuters prepared to head into work.

Less than an inch of snow is projected to fall in lower elevations like the city of Spokane, but in parts of North Idaho folks could see 2-4 inches, in places like Sandpoint. Valley locations in northeast Washington could see similar snow levels.

A winter weather advisory began Wednesday and will continue through Thursday in the Idaho and Montana mountains. Those high elevation places – and nearby skiers and snowboarders -  should prepare for anywhere between 5 to 10 inches of snow.

Remember to send us your snow photos with the hashtag #KREMsnow! You just may see your picture online or on-air!

Back in Spokane, we should prepare for a mostly dry Thursday, but light snow is back in the forecast for Friday ahead of the weekend.

Click here to read more about the forecast later this week.





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