SPOKANE, Wash. – Parts of the Inland Northwest could see snow on Monday morning.
Snow or a rain-snow mix should start to fall across the region just after 7:00 a.m. Between one and two inches of new snow will fall in the north.
Spokane will see a wintry mix, but snow will not stick.
Monday morning will bring in a cold front with rain in the Palouse and snow in North-Central Washington. A rain and snow mix is also expected along I-90.
Sandpoint and Coeur d’Alene will experience freezing temperatures, but Libby, Montana will see the biggest dip at 24 degrees.