Cold weather and the first significant snowfall of the season is expected to fall in lower elevations of the Inland Northwest tonight and could continue through Friday afternoon. The National Weather Service issued an advisory this morning that up to three inches of snow is expected in the Spokane area and its surrounding region and up to four inches in the mountain areas of North Idaho. The expected cold front will bring lows in the 30s this evening with northeast winds of about 10-15 mph chilling the temperature near the 20s overnight. Gusts of about 25 mph are expected as well, but mainly near the Coeur d’Alene area/Nicole Hensley, SR. More here.
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