Cold and clear to start Monday evening, but the fog will return – Kris

What we’re tracking

We are tracking a cold, dry week with temperatures between 8 and 15 degrees below average. Also, in your First Alert Forecast, we are tracking some changes in our weather pattern that could make for some challenging Thanksgiving week travel over the mountain passes.

4 Things To Know

Plan your Tuesday

Perhaps you’re getting acclimated to our colder-than-average November weather?  That’s my hope.  Tuesday will be another unseasonably cold day with a morning low in the teens and high temperatures in the mid-30s. Patchy fog and low clouds will linger through the afternoon with only a slight chance of some afternoon sun breaks.

Tuesday Planner

Spokane and Coeur d’Alene forecast

High pressure will continue to keep our weather cold and dry through the weekend. A cold front Wednesday night will bring the chance of some mountain snow and send a re-enforcing shot of cold air across the region. There are potentially bigger changes in our weather pattern on the way for Thanksgiving week. Warmer and wetter than average conditions are showing up in the long-range computer models, which might translate into valley rain and snow and heavy mountain snow during the busy holiday travel week.

Planning Forecast