City of Spokane receives 100 reports of downed trees morning after fall snowstorm

SPOKANE, Wash. — The City of Spokane received 100 reports of downed trees and branches early Saturday morning as people woke up to damage from Friday’s fall snowstorm. 

The snow began around noon on Friday and had broken a record of 7 inches by that night. Spokane Police responded to at least 66 crashes throughout the day as snow piled up. 

READ: Spokane Police respond to at least 66 crashes in first day of fall snowstorm

According to the city, crews will continue to plow residential areas and secondary arterials on Saturday. 

If you need to report a downed tree, call 311. You can call Avista, if it’s impacting a power line.