SPOKANE, Wash. — Some areas around the Inland Northwest woke up to a white Christmas Monday morning.
It’s going to be a cold holiday! Temperatures are not expected to be above freezing. The high on high on Christmas day is expected to be 24.
Here's your final white Christmas forecast! At least an inch is expected in most regions around Wash & N. Idaho. Snow will begin in the evening, and continue through Christmas morning. KREM 2's Future Tracker for every 3 hours are below! pic.twitter.com/ryYJwybbmp— Evan Noorani (@KREM2Evan) December 24, 2017
Monday morning the National Weather Service reported almost an inch of snow had fallen at the Spokane International Airport.
Coeur d'Alene saw two inches of snow Christmas morning, according to the National Weather Service in Spokane.
Spokane and Coeur d'Alene are under a Winter Weather Advisory until noon on Monday.
Take a look below for information on the snow fall totals around the region for Christmas day. Spokane could potentially see three inches of snow and Coeur d'Alene could see up to two inches.
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