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   Exclusive Inland Northwest Summary Issued: Monday * November 18, 2019 @ 5:00 AM        

   (By Climatologist Bob Lutz)


Short-Term Forecast 
The cloud cover from one last disturbance is currently moving inland, but the precipitation associated with this storm will likely hold off until late today or tonight.  There appears to be some model disagreement on the exact track of the storm as well, so precipitation amounts in some locations may not be as heavy as originally thought.  Even so, the weather will become somewhat unsettled again tonight with widespread valley rain and high mtn snow, which will continue well into Tuesday.        
Long-Term Forecast
Unseasonably dry weather is still looking on track to return for Wednesday and beyond as the massive high pressure ridge in the eastern Pacific rebuilds over the Northwest.  Temperatures will remain mild early, but will cool down as we head toward the end of the work week due to more of a northerly flow.  Some minor systems imbedded in that northerly flow could result in a few light snow showers or flurries at times through the weekend.  Models continue to indicate an increasing potential for measurable snow during the Thanksgiving week period as a northwesterly flow develops on the northern flank of the high pressure ridge.  This pattern is notorious for importing cool, wet systems out of the Gulf of Alaska into the Northwest.    
                                  Exclusive Snow Plower's Forecast

       Potential Snowfall Totals:  Valid through Saturday * November 23, 2019
Spokane Basin - I-90 Corridor:   0-T"       
Rathdrum Prairie - CDA Area:   0-T"  
Deer Park - Newport Area:   T-1"  
Short-Term Model Agreement for the Inland Northwest is:  GOOD
Long-Term  Model Agreement for the Inland Northwest is:  GOOD
(POOR= Forecast Changes are Likely * GOOD= Fair Agreement, but Changes are Possible * EXCELLENT= Changes Unlikely)






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