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Snow, rain, and wind on the way for Spokane, north Idaho on Friday
Snow and freezing rain are expected as a Winter Weather Advisory goes into effect for the Inland Northwest.
The Inland Northwest will see temperatures around 80-degrees for the next week.
North Idaho, Spokane faces another cold and dry week as temperatures stay near freezing.
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More thunderstorms are possible for the Inland Northwest on Thursday with more hot weather on the way.
48-year-old William Joseph Keylon turned himself in at the Kootenai County Public Safety Health Building after detectives obtained a warrant for his arrest.
Temperatures will be back in the upper 90s for the Inland Northwest as we wrap up a record hot August.
A Red Flag Warning is in place for Spokane and the Inland Northwest as windy and warm conditions bring high fire danger.
Near record-breaking heat is expected for the Inland Northwest.
Record highs are possible on Oct. 17 in the Inland Northwest but a big cooldown is on the way for the weekend.
Light showers are possible today with temperatures in the mid 80s to start the week.
More than eight inches of snow are possible on Wednesday, as a major winter storm targets eastern Washington and North Idaho.
Rain returns to the area on Monday, and with off and on showers throughout the week, we could see another .25"-.50" of rainfall. Snow levels should remain at 3000 ft or higher, but some wet snowflakes wouldn't be out of the question for the higher spots around town Monday morning.