SPOKANE, Wash.– Rain is shifting again into the Inland Northwest and will probably be staying with us lengthy into Thursday. It gained’t be raining on a regular basis, nevertheless it’s value having the rain gear useful in case.
Skies are already clouding over and we’ll see showers round Spokane as quickly as Wednesday night. The most intense and widespread rain is predicted in a single day with some snow over Stevens Pass, Lookout Pass, and within the North Cascades.
We’ll get up to temperatures within the low 40s and moist floor. It will really be pretty quiet within the morning with a mixture of clouds and solar. As we heat up throughout the day, scattered showers will develop. These showers might produce a couple of lightning strikes and a few small hail or graupel (smooth fuzzy ice pellets) as they drift throughout our area. Coverage of those showers will probably be very hit-or-miss, so rain probabilities on Thursday are a 4 or 5 out of 10.
Temperatures on Thursday afternoon will attain the mid 50s. As calm climate swings over the Northwest on Friday, temperatures will rise to the higher 50s after which low 60s over the weekend! This would be the longest stretch of good climate we’ve had in a short time.
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