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Photo: A hair-raising experience

Say breeze: From left, Eastern Washington University students Annette Bovdyr, Valeriya Mokrushina and Julia Mokrushina take a group selfie of their hair flying in the wind while waiting for a bus at the STA Plaza in downtown Spokane on Thursday. The National Weather Service is calling for continued windy conditions today in the Spokane area, with gusts as high as 25 mph. A mix of snow and rain is expected this morning, followed by steady showers most of the day and a high temperature in the low 40s. (Colin Mulvany)
Say breeze: From left, Eastern Washington University students Annette Bovdyr, Valeriya Mokrushina and Julia Mokrushina take a group selfie of their hair flying in the wind while waiting for a bus at the STA Plaza in downtown Spokane on Thursday. The National Weather Service is calling for continued windy conditions today in the Spokane area, with gusts as high as 25 mph. A mix of snow and rain is expected this morning, followed by steady showers most of the day and a high temperature in the low 40s. (Colin Mulvany)
Say breeze: From left, Eastern Washington University students Annette Bovdyr, Valeriya Mokrushina and Julia Mokrushina take a group selfie of their hair flying in the wind while waiting for a bus at the STA Plaza in downtown Spokane on Thursday. The National Weather Service is calling for continued windy conditions today in the Spokane area, with gusts as high as 25 mph. A mix of snow and rain is expected this morning, followed by steady showers most of the day and a high temperature in the low 40s.
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