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    Exclusive Inland Northwest Summary Issued: Saturday * January 23, 2021 @ 5:30 AM              

   (By Climatologist Bob Lutz)

    

 

 

Short-Term Forecast 
Quiet, but cold weather will continue today and for much of Sunday.  On Sunday, the clouds will be increasing ahead of a disturbance that will spin inland from a storm sliding south along the coast.  This feature will produce areas of snow going into early Monday, but amounts still appear to be on the light side.  Even so, there will likely be enough in parts of our forecast area to generate slippery roadways for the Monday morning commute.    
                   
Long-Term Forecast
 
The next chance of snow will arrive around midweek, and moderating temperatures are also likely as a milder flow develops off of the Pacific in the wake of another storm system sliding south along the coast toward California.  Again, models remain in poor agreement as to the trajectory and strength of the incoming moisture next week, but it does appear that we will see some degree of unsettled weather through the rest of the work week.  As such, expect periods of snow and/or rain from Weds into next weekend.           
        
Exclusive Snow Plower's Forecast
   

Potential Snowfall Totals:  Valid through Monday * January 23, 2021
    Spokane Basin - I-90 Corridor:  1-2"   
    Rathdrum Prairie - CDA Area:  1-2"
    Deer Park - Newport Area:  T-2" 

Short-Term Weather Model Agreement for the Inland Northwest is: 
GOOD
Long-Term  Weather Model Agreement for the Inland Northwest is:  POOR
(POOR= Forecast Changes are Likely * GOOD= Fair Agreement, but Changes are Possible * EXCELLENT= Changes Unlikely)
 

 

 

 

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