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Tuesday, October 22, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Freezing temperatures expected Monday night

UPDATED: Mon., Sept. 30, 2019, 9:33 p.m.

Snow accumulates on an industrial vehicle near Palouse Highway and 65th Avenue on Sunday, Sept. 29, 2019. Nearly 2 inches of snow was measured by Sunday at the Spokane International Airport, making it the first snowy September since 1926, and a wet but pure snow continued to fall on the Valley side of the South Hill. (Libby Kamrowski / The Spokesman-Review)
Snow accumulates on an industrial vehicle near Palouse Highway and 65th Avenue on Sunday, Sept. 29, 2019. Nearly 2 inches of snow was measured by Sunday at the Spokane International Airport, making it the first snowy September since 1926, and a wet but pure snow continued to fall on the Valley side of the South Hill. (Libby Kamrowski / The Spokesman-Review)

After snow this weekend, temperatures are expected to stay cold with clouds overhead Monday morning.

Temperatures in the high 20s and low 30s are in the forecast for Monday night.

“We still have a chance of light snow showers but just flurries,” National Weather Service meteorologist Amanda Young said.

Winds are expected to die down compared to this weekend’s high winds but gusts up to 20 mph can be expected.

The high for Monday is expected to reach 47 degrees in Spokane.

The cold snap the last few days is very much atypical, said Young.

Temperatures should return to normal by this weekend with light rain toward the end of the week, she said.

“We aren’t expecting any freezing temperatures, here in Spokane itself, for at least the next week,” Young said.

After large power outages Saturday night and Sunday, power has been restored throughout the Spokane area.

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