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11th of December
High 4917
Length 3.7
Ascent 31
Low 3244
Descent -1704
Weather 46° Sunny

Trail Difficulty: blue

A great singletrack start leading into fast doubletrack.

Temperatures will reach 46° today, with Sunny. Weather conditions this week are expected to range between 46° with Sunny to 56° with Frost then Mostly Sunny over the next 5 days. It doesn't look like there's any substantial snow forecasted this week with air temperatures ranging between 46° - 56° over the next 5 days.


Weather Forecast

000 FXUS66 KOTX 090552 AFDOTX Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Spokane WA 1052 PM PDT Tue Oct 8 2019 .SYNOPSIS... Blustery north winds will bring much colder air into the Inland Northwest tonight. Portions of the Idaho Panhandle and southeast Washington will wake up to a bit of new snow on Wednesday. The majority of the region will experience a hard freeze the next few nights with low temperatures as cold as the teens and twenties on Thursday morning. Temperatures will moderate heading into the weekend. && .DISCUSSION... Tonight and Wednesday: Who likes the beautiful weather we expect in Inland Northwest during the fall? It seems as though fall has betrayed us this year, and tonight will feature another rude blast of winter-like weather. Blustery north winds will spill down the Okanogan Valley this evening into central Washington causing temperatures to plummet by Wed morning. The cold air intrusion will also bring a change from rain to snow over portions of the Idaho Panhandle and eastern Washington. *Low Elevation Snow: Forecasting the location of deformation bands is tough. Forecasting snow amounts for events with rain changing to snow is even tougher which leads to a low confidence forecast for tonight. The morning model runs are targeting Spokane, Whitman, Latah, Benewah, southern Shoshone, and southern Kootenai counties tonight as a compact surface low develops south of I-90 in central WA this evening and slides into the southern ID Panhandle overnight. The NAM and GFS forecast as much as a quarter to half inch of liquid precipitation. Much of it should fall as rain this evening, but as cold air spills southward overnight...look for rain to change to snow. Grassy surfaces around Spokane, Couer d`Alene, Pullman, Moscow, and Kellogg will have a shot of accumulations. The most likely scenarios is for ...

Area River Conditions

USGS Gauge Streamflow Gauge Height Elevation
Priest River Nr Priest River Id
3000 cfs 4 ft 2083 ft
Little Spokane River At Elk, Wa
59 cfs 12 ft 1844 ft
Pend Oreille River At Newport Wa
42700 cfs 39 ft 2035 ft
Little Spokane River At Dartford, Wa
310 cfs 3 ft 1592 ft
Spokane River Nr Post Falls Id
12600 cfs 14 ft 2082 ft

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Area Snowpack Conditions

Moscow Mountain
1" snowpack, 72 miles away
Ragged Mountain
2" snowpack, 6 miles away
Quartz Peak
6" snowpack, 3 miles away
Schweitzer Basin
27" snowpack, 33 miles away
Bunchgrass Mdw
25" snowpack, 49 miles away
Hidden Lake
29" snowpack, 61 miles away