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KHQ WEATHER AUTHORITY: Wet, Warm, Windy Conditions Continue

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Today: A weak storm system moved through early this morning, producing mostly rain showers, as it continues to track east, we again clear up behind this storm. Mostly sunny skies again by this afternoon. Winds stay breezy between 15-20mph. High: 44° (Green)

Tonight: The next strong storm front makes it's way over the Cascades around midnight. Chance of snow for northern valleys near the Canadian Border. Mostly rain &/or wet snow mixed in everywhere else. 1-2" of snow possible for those northern valleys through tomorrow morning. Low: 33° (Yellow)

Friday: Strong warm front reaches Spokane between 5-6am. Some wet snow may mix in with mostly rain showers. Expect similar conditions to the storm Monday. Showers possible through much of the morning before finally pushing east by early afternoon. Winds will again pick up to 20-30mph. High: 43° (Yellow)

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