Some snow will fall into the New Year, but don’t expect it to last!

The last weekend of the year is going to be a gray one...
7-day forecast first alert weather

SPOKANE, Wash.— It’s going to be a typical gray December weekend in the Inland Northwest.

A dry northwesterly flow will keep things cool for Saturday. There’s a chance of light snow Saturday night into Sunday, but it doesn’t look like it will amount to much.

After a dry start to the work week, the chance of valley rain and mountain snow increases by the end of next week. Temperatures will steadily rise into the 40s by Thursday.