A storm system will move through Spokane and Eastern Washington late tonight and into Monday. Wind gusts up to 60 mph are possible overnight and with gusty winds to increase by mid-morning Monday. Temperatures will remain in the upper 50s and dip to around 40F overnight.
The strong winds will cause blowing dust and may result in hazardous driving conditions because of reduced visibility along Interstate 90 and Highway 2. Trucks should use extra caution.
We are still in for just about freezing temperatures Monday and Tuesday nights - cover up those tomatoes.