SPOKANE, Wash. — We’re going to get a break from stormy weather on Mother’s Day, but that doesn’t mean it’s going to be totally dry out there. There will still be a shower or two in the forecast as we start a new week.
First, you want to make sure your plants get covered overnight because it’s going to be chilly! Sunday and Monday mornings will both be in the low to mid 30s. That’s cold enough for frost.
Temperatures will be on the cold side for May on Mother’s Day. Highs will only climb to the low 50s. Showers will linger overnight and through the day in the mountains north of Spokane and Coeur d’Alene, so a shower or two is a possibility for places like Republic, Kettle Falls, Newport, Sandpoint, Bonners Ferry etc. We may get a stray shower to drift over Spokane and Kootenai Counties in the afternoon and evening, but they won’t be as intense or as widespread as what we’ve seen over the past few days.
Heads up for Monday morning, some showers are possible in the morning, mainly in North Idaho and mainly as rain. Yes, the cooler weather will bring down the snow level to where we will at the very least get a little dusting up in the mountains. Here’s the rest of your forecast for the week.
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