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Last Map Update: Thu, Feb. 22, 2018 at 4:37:16 am PST

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There are no watches, warnings, or advisories at this time.

Biggest impacts are expected to occur with snow over the weekend. Here is a timeline of impact severity Friday through this weekend. On a region wide basis, we are expecting moderate impacts due to snow late Friday night into Saturday and again the latter half of Sunday. The forecast is subject to change. Please check back for updates as the forecast becomes more refined closer to this weekend.
Snow will return to the region Friday night and Saturday. The northwesterly storm track will favor the Idaho Panhandle, Palouse, and Blue Mtns for the greatest risk of moderate snow accumulations. We expect snow to fall into other areas of Eastern WA like Spokane, Colville, and Omak but the pattern suggest lighter amounts.
Multiple weather systems will impact the Inland Northwest through this weekend. The travel forecast at: https://www.wrh.noaa.gov/wrh/travel/ is a great tool if planning a road trip. The first step is to enter in your starting location, end destination and when you are planning on leaving. Your route will become highlighted with each segment of your route color coded based on the potential impact severity from green (no impacts) to purple (extreme impacts). One downside to this tool is that it is only available for the next 60 hours of the forecast, so it is a useful tool for planning a trip within the next couple of days but looking out past day 3. Check back on Friday if planning a trip for this weekend, or bookmark this site for a trip in the future when the weather has the potential to impact your trip.

 

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