COLD start to a sunnier Tuesday – Matt
What we’re tracking
Clearing skies overnight in the Spokane and Coeur d’Alene areas means it will be a COLD start to your day. Patchy fog will linger in the morning hours elsewhere, but we should break out into sunshine today in most places.
Another shot of cold air is coming, and will bring mountain snow and clouds on Wednesday. Valleys and lowlands are unlikely to see much more than a flurry. We’re also watching a potential pattern change for next week which could bring in more active weather during the peak of Thanksgiving travel.
Plan my day
Take that extra layer for the first few hours of the day. You’ll be able to shed it by lunch with sun and temperatures in the mid-30s in the afternoon. It’s going to feel nice after a couple of gloomy days.
Spokane and Coeur d’Alene forecast
Temperatures tonight will only dip into the 20s as clouds roll back in. Look for temperatures in the teens again starting Friday morning. We should see more sun than clouds the rest of the week, but will also see patchy fog in the forecast through Friday. The earliest we could see some impactful weather (rain/snow) down in the lower elevations would be this coming Monday.
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