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Last Map Update: Sat, Apr. 4, 2020 at 6:33:15 pm PDT

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National Weather Service Missoula, MT
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Over the next 24 hours, there will be two main concerns for precipitation. The first will be a wave of precipitation tracking south to north overnight into Sunday morning. This will bring a the potential for light snow accumulations as precipitation switches from rain to snow. This activity will wane Sunday morning and drift to the north. There will be a renewed threat for showers and isolated thunderstorms Sunday afternoon and early evening over Southeastern Washington and North-Central Idaho. Brief downpours, isolated lightning strikes, and gusty winds will be possible with this activity.
Warmer and drier weather is expected to settle into the region this upcoming week. Winds will be breezy Monday into Tuesday with gusts to 25 mph but will become light for the middle to end of the week. Temperatures will warm into the upper 50s to 60s.
Light snow will again be possible across portions of eastern Washington and north Idaho Saturday night into Sunday. Across the lowlands, most snow accumulation is likely to remain on grassy surfaces, with little to no impact on roads. Snow impacts will be possible over Lookout Pass.


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