Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Rain and possibly Snow for the L/C Valley

Rain starts late this afternoon, light Snow Thursday night.
TODAY: Mostly Cloudy with chance of light rain showers beginning late afternoon. Afternoon high temperature upper 30s (37 degrees).
TONIGHT: Rain increasing after 10pm. No accumulation expected before midnight. Showers help to hold temperatures in the mid 30s overnight.
WEDNESDAY: Soggy/Breezy. Rainy all day-total rainfall between ⅓” to ½” (my calculation .35”). High temperature in the mid 40s (44).
THURSDAY: Light rain showers (drizzle really) continues through late afternoon.  After about 4pm, rain showers will mix with/change to snow.  Total accumulation of rain 1/10”, Total snowfall ½”. Best snow showers 4pm to 9pm. Afternoon high temp 42 degrees occurs midday. Temps fall after 2pm.
FRIDAY: Most flurries end early morning (about 4am). Morning low near 30 degrees. Skies becoming partly sunny with afternoon high temperatures near 40.
SATURDAY: Mostly sunny. morning low 27, afternoon high 40.
SUNDAY: Partly sunny, morning low 25, afternoon high upper 30s.

**These showers along with breezes will scour out the dirty, stagnant air. Until then Air stagnation Advisory posted until 10:00 am Today.

Wintry Showers Today/Tonight

National Weather Service Spokane, WA
Moderate snow will be possible for portions of the Inland NW Tuesday Night into Wednesday. Snow, rain and freezing rain will all be possible as a winter system passes. Travel could be impacted overnight Tuesday and into Wednesday morning effecting the morning commute. The Cascades, northern Washington, the Idaho Panhandle should remain as snow. The Spokane area will likely start as snow, potentially see a switch to a wintry mix as the system progresses through the region. The Columbia Basin into the Palouse will stand the best chance of seeing the Freezing Rain while the L/C Valley will likely only see rain. Winter weather highlights have been issued to cover the thre

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