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A day after 6 inches of snow caused major traffic headaches throughout the Inland Northwest, roads remained slick.
Plastic pink flamingos brave the old and snow in a front yard near the corner of Boone Avenue and Sherwood Street, Thursday, Jan. 18, 2024, in Spokane. Heavy snow blanketed the area on Wednesday.
Dan Pelle The Spokesman-Review
Kathryn Robertson gets her husband, Zack and daughter, Cora, off to a blazing start with a big push from atop a hill in Grant Park, Thursday, Jan. 18, 2024, in Spokane. Heavy snow blanketed the area on Wednesday. It was the first time sledding this year for their family. After a few run the trips down became longer. ÒYou got to work the powder" says Zack.
Snow piles up on a front-yard water feature and a Volkswagen Beetle near the corner of Boone Avenue and Sherwood Street on Thursday.
Kathryn Robertson and her daughter Cora, foreground, along with Rachel Thomson and daughter Zo, launch their sleds from atop a hill in Grant Park on Thursday. Heavy snow blanketed the area on Wednesday, making for great sledding days.
An Avista employee works to clear a pathway on Thursday along the Post Falls North Dam at Falls Park.
Kathy Plonka The Spokesman-Review
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