Snow expected Monday across Palouse region

Wind up to 40 miles per hour expected Wednesday


The Palouse is expected to get between two and four inches of snow on Monday.

The Palouse, Columbia Basin and the Spokane areas are expected to have wind up to 40 miles per hour Wednesday afternoon, according to a National Weather Service Spokane press release. The expected wind could result in dangerous driving conditions for some vehicles. 

Stevens Pass will get around four to six inches of snow on Monday, and Lookout Pass will get around two inches of snow, according to the press release. Both are expected to get eight to 12 inches of snow on Wednesday, which could potentially cause slick roads.

Updates can be found on the National Weather Service website.