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Major storm system moving north from Pullman at 40-45 miles per hour, producing ping pong ball sized hail, heavy rain and damaging rains. There's a second storm system in Stevens County that's producing hail that is up to baseball-sized. KXLY4 Chief Meteorologist Kris Crocker reports.
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KXLY4 Chief Meteorologist Kris Crocker has your Evening Forecast for May 29.
Kris Crocker tracks thunderstorms in tonight's Forecast Focus.
Many spend their spring breaks taking advantage of the last few good days of skiing and snowboarding on Mt. Spokane, but with the mild winter, those days are long gone as the statewide snow pack is…
Holiday lights display at 2618 W. Garland in Spokane.
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