SPOKANE, Wash.— Some areas saw a light dusting of snow on Tuesday, mainly contained to the panhandle, but more snow is on the way for Wednesday through the end of the week. The first and the lightest round of snow comes Tuesday night.

Spokane is forecasted to get less than an inch, Coeur d’Alene could see one to two inches, and only a few inches expected in the mountains.

Drivers should keep an eye out for some ice on the roadways during their Tuesday morning commute.

Tuesday afternoon highs will be in the 30s with mostly cloudy skies.

The Storm Tracker 2 Team is tracking a very stormy weather pattern beginning Wednesday afternoon and continuing through the end of the week.

Wednesday brings the possibility of three inches in Spokane. Another two inches are forecasted for Thursday into Friday. This makes a total of five inches possible between Wednesday and Friday. Higher elevations along Northeast Washington and North Idaho can expect higher accumulations and are currently under a winter weather advisory.

There have also been double-digit winds this afternoon that can contribute to colder temperatures around the Inland Northwest.