A break between storms for Wednesday – Kris
What we’re tracking
We are tracking SEVERAL developing storms in the 4 News Now First Alert Weather Center! We are tracking the first measurable snow of the season for the Spokane and Coeur d’Alene area Thursday night and Friday. In addition, we are tracking a strong storm Friday night into Saturday morning that will bring more rain, snow and potentially damaging wind gusts.
Play your Wednesday
Bring in the Halloween decorations and give the dog a good long walk on Wednesday; changes are coming! Tuesday’s rain will slowly taper off by Wednesday morning. Wednesday will be one of the driest and calmest days of the week. Expect mostly cloudy skies with only a slight chance of isolated rain or snow showers. High temperatures will top out in the mid-40s.
Spokane and Coeur d’Alene Forecast
Rain will taper off late tonight, with some areas transitioning to a rain/snow mix or snow before the precipitation ends completely. Wednesday and Thursday will be fairly dry and cool before the next system moves in Thursday night. Expect the first lowland snow of the season Thursday night into Friday morning. 1-3″ of snow can be expected around the Spokane area with more around Coeur d’Alene. The snow should melt during the day on Friday. Another storm bringing rain, snow and strong winds will arrive Friday night into Saturday morning. The storm has the potential of wind gusts in excess of 50 mph, which could cause tree damage and power outages.
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