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Posted on: January 5, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Today, road crews are busy clearing the 1-2 inches of snow that fell overnight.

Stock up at the grocery store, tackle your errand list and fuel up your snowblower TODAY! What could be the biggest snowfall of the season is in the forecast, and it arrives Wednesday night! Expect cold temperatures today with morning lows in the upper teens and low 20s and afternoon highs only climbing into the mid-20s. Meanwhile, a WINTER STORM WATCH takes effect Wednesday evening and will continue through Thursday afternoon. Right now, it looks like 4 - 7" of snow is on the way for Spokane County!

If you're curious about where our snow plows have been (and where they might be headed), check out the Snow Plow Activity Map on the Public Works home page.

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