SPOKANE, Wash.—Thursday was off to a wet start, making it the fourth day of rain in a row.
A band of showers moved across the Inland Northwest Thursday morning.
After 80 days of no measurable rain, the region has now seen four days in a row.
The last day of summer will finish with temperatures below average.
Snow is expected above 5,000 feet Thursday night. There is a Winter Weather Advisory in effect starting at 9:00 p.m. for the mountains of western Montana.