April 4, 2011 in City, Idaho

More cold rain arriving today

By The Spokesman-Review

A snowy Mount Spokane rises above winter wheat along Bruce Road in northeast Spokane County.
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The next Pacific storm is moving into the Inland Northwest today, bringing rain and gusty winds with it. The chance of rain increases tonight.

High temperatures may reach the upper 40s while lows tonight stay in the upper 30s. Wind gusts to 24 mph are likely.

Stormy weather is expected throughout the week with high temperatures in the upper 40s to lower 50s and lows in the 30s. Snow showers are possible in the early morning hours.

A flood watch is in effect today for North Idaho where additional amounts of rain today could add to water levels flowing down streams and rivers. Snow is expected in the mountains of Shoshone County where a winter storm warning is in effect today. Five to 9 inches is possible there.

The Little Spokane River at Dartford will remain high this week but stay below flood stage. The St. Joe River at St. Maries crested about a foot above flood stage and is starting to fall today.

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