Clouds, flurries, and more bitter cold – Matt
What we’re tracking
An arctic cold front will arrive overnight and lead to a breezy, cold Thursday and a chance of snow tonight.
Light snow will fall across the North Idaho and Northeast Washington mountains. Places like Bonners Ferry and Sandpoint could see a dusting of snow while the Spokane and Coeur d’Alene areas may see a flurry or two.
After the snow and clouds pass, cold air will rush in over the mountains on a breezy Thursday. Morning wind chills will make it feel like the single digits in North Idaho.
Plan your Wednesday
It’s unlikely that we will bust through the clouds today and see some sunshine. Expect a dreary Wednesday afternoon. Temperatures will peak in the low to mid-30s and sink into the 20s pretty quickly this evening.
Spokane and Coeur d’Alene forecast
Temperatures will sink even colder once the new shot of arctic air settles in on Thursday. Lows will be in the low teens Friday morning and could approach single digits.
We’ll warm up a little bit this weekend as a pattern change is on the horizon. Snow and wintry mix is likely Monday and Tuesday of next week and will make for messy travel conditions ahead of Thanksgiving.
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