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KHQ.COM - Rain, Snow and Bitter Cold Temperatures!
The first of two wintry storm systems moved into the Inland Northwest Thursday night. For some it brought rain, for others further north it brought heavy snow. Much of the steadier moisture will have moved out by Friday, but there is a chance of some "pop-up" showers. The difficulty is what kind of showers will these be? Best bet right now is some hit-and-miss rain/snow mixed showers through Friday with very little, if any, accumulation around Spokane.
The first round of messy weather moves out Friday evening, as it does skies will clear and we'll see some of the coldest temperatures of the season by Saturday morning. Many will see temps drop into the mid-20s, even teens for our northern valleys.
Round two looks to arrive by Saturday afternoon with some light snowfall, with more snow coming through Sunday. Still a little too early to make a call on how much snow will fall, so keep checking back here for updates!
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(story: Nichole Mischke, KHQ Right Now Reporter; photos: KHQ.com)