Cloudy skies and quiet conditions for Friday after the morning rain clears out! – Emily
SPOKANE, Wash. — Some light rain spread across the region for the start of our Friday. We’re expecting that to clear out by about 10 a.m. today. Following this, patchy fog will develop under mostly cloudy skies, with warm temps. We have another chance of rain Friday night, along with the possibility of some brief interruptions through Saturday and Sunday. The warmer temps in the mid-40s will stick around for the weekend. As of Friday, it looks like we’ll have dry conditions and warm temps for the Martin Luther King holiday. As a result of wet, heavy snow and rain, there’s an Avalanche Warning in place for portions of Western Okanogan County, and parts of the cascades. Similarly, a Flood Advisory is in place for Ferry and Okanogan County. There could be minor flooding in low-lying areas. As usual, don’t drive through flooded roadways. Both the advisory and warning will expire at 6 a.m. tonight. – Emily Blume, in for Mark Peterson (He’s back on Monday!)
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