Evening Forecast for April 11
SPOKANE, Wash. — A cold low pressure system will bring a late-season mix of rain and snow across the valleys of Northeastern Washington and the Idaho Panhandle late Wednesday night through Thursday morning.
Valley snow accumulations will be light in most locations, with moderate snow possible up around the Canadian border.
Heavy snow accumulations are expected in the mountains.
A winter storm warning has been issued from 11 p.m. Wednesday evening to 11 a.m. Thursday evening for the Idaho Panhandle, the Northeastern mountains of Washington, and the Okanogan Highlands.
In Spokane, expect mostly rain overnight with a chance of a rain/snow mix Thursday morning. Showers will decrease throughout the day Thursday, but the winds will pick up with gusts of up to 30 mph.
The chance of showers continues Friday into Saturday, with another good chance of valley rain and mountain snow moving in on Sunday.
Temperatures will remain cooler than average through the seven-day forecast.
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