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...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 4 AM PST SATURDAY... ...WIND CHILL ADVISORY IS CANCELLED... * WHAT...The threat of widespread steady snow will temporarily diminish through much of the afternoon however it will likely return tonight and could mix with light freezing on the Palouse. Additional snow accumulations will be an inch or less. Ice accumulations will be just a light glaze. * WHERE...Tekoa, Fairfield, Downtown Spokane, Davenport, Spokane Valley, Colfax, Oakesdale, Rockford, Pullman, Cheney, Rosalia, Airway Heights, La Crosse, and Uniontown. * WHEN...Until 4 AM PST Saturday. * IMPACTS...Expect the possibility of slick roads from snow and a possible light glaze of ice. PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS... Slow down and use caution while traveling. The latest road conditions for the state you are calling from can be obtained by calling 5 1 1. &&
Wintry precipitation will occur across the Inland Northwest Friday and through the Christmas holiday weekend. For Friday and Friday night, widespread light snow will fall across the Palouse, Spokane area, and the central and southern Idaho Panhandle with lowland accumulations generally between 2 and 4 inches. On Saturday, light snow on Saturday will transition to to light freezing rain. Light ice accumulations will be possible in places like Spokane, Couer d'Alene, Silver Valley, and the Palouse on Saturday and Saturday night. Next week, warmer and rainy weather will cause snow to melt across southeast Washington and southern and central Idaho Panhandle. Rises will occur on rivers and streams including Paradise Creek at Moscow, Latah Creek in souther Spokane county, Asotin Creek in southeast Washington, Lawyer Creek in Lewis county, and Lapwai Creek in Lewis and Nez Perce counties. Since many creeks and small streams are frozen, ice jams may occur. Minor field and urban flooding will be another concern in areas of poor drainage.