The sun will come out… for a day
SPOKANE, Wash. — The wind is going to clear out this skies in the Spokane area and let the sun shine Monday afternoon.
Areas in Ferry, Stevens and Pend Oreille County saw snow this morning but the skies there will clear out by the afternoon.
High temperatures will once again be near 40 degrees. Tonight, temperatures are going to drop into the low 20s.
“Wet roads could be icy,” said KXLY4’s Mark Peterson. “We could see some dense, patchy fog as well that could lead to some slick roads too.”
Freezing rain could hit late Tuesday night, possibly mixed with snow before 2am, then it will turn to rain.
The Cascades saw plenty of snow Monday morning. On Snoqualmie Pass, the roadway is bare and wet with snow and slush in places. On Stevens Pass, traction tires required and chains required on vehicles over 10,000 gross vehicle weight. There is compact snow and ice on the roadway.
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