Weather: HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK: Multiple Rounds of Light to Moderate Snow are Expected
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Weather: HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK: Multiple Rounds of Light to Moderate Snow are Expected

HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK

Idaho Palouse-Lewiston Area-Lewis and Southern Nez Perce Counties-Northeast Blue Mountains-Lower Garfield and Asotin Counties-Washington Palouse-East Slopes Northern Cascades-

This Hazardous Weather Outlook is for portions of North Idaho...North Central Idaho...North Central Washington and Southeast Washington.

TODAY THROUGH TUESDAY

Multiple rounds of light to moderate snow are expected from late today into early next week. Those with travel plans should monitor forecasts in the coming days as snow returns to the region.

 

Lewiston Area:       

Today: 50% chance of snow of less than 1 to 3 inch, mostly cloudy, winds up to 9mph. High 29/ low 16.

Friday: 40% chance of snow of 1 to 3 inches, winds up to 7mph. 23/13.

Saturday: 50% chance of snow of less than one inch, mostly cloudy. 28/17.

Sunday: 20% chance of snow, mostly cloudy. 28/22.

Palouse Area:

Today: 30% chance of snow of 1 to 2 inches, mostly cloudy, winds up to 10mph, wind child as low as -6. 23/8.

Friday: 30% chance of snow of less than one inch, mostly cloudy, winds up to 10mph. 17/7.

Saturday: 50% chance of snow of less than on inch, mostly cloudy. 23/12.

Sunday: 20% chance of snow, mostly cloudy. 24/18.

Prairie Area:

Today: Chance of flurries, partly sunny day, winds up to 10mph, mostly cloudy night. 27/11.

Thursday: 40% chance of snow of less than a half inch, mostly cloudy, winds up to 10mph. 22/5.

Friday: 30% chance of morning snow of little or no accumulation, partly sunny day, partly cloudy night. 15/1.

Saturday: 20% chance of snow, mostly sunny day, 20% chance of evening snow, mostly cloudy night. 19/9.

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