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Radar valid at 1100 am PDT, Nov 5th 2022

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Northern Panhandle-Coeur d'Alene Area-Idaho Palouse-Central
Panhandle Mountains-Lewiston Area-Lewis and Southern Nez Perce
Counties-Northeast Blue Mountains-Lower Garfield and Asotin
Counties-Washington Palouse-Moses Lake Area-Upper Columbia Basin-
Spokane Area-Northeast Mountains-Wenatchee Area-Waterville
Including the cities of Ritzville, Winchester, Mansfield, Arden,
St. Joe, Lewiston, Waha, Chewelah, Kellogg, Moses Lake, Pomeroy,
Waterville, Tekoa, Spokane, Coolin, Osburn, Newport, Pullman,
Stratford, Gifford, Palisades, Orin, Lapwai, Fernwood, Cataldo,
Quincy, Harrington, Sandpoint, Elk, Plummer, Potlatch, Genesee,
Priest River, Newman Lake, Peck, Mullan, Mohler, Cheney, Creston,
Peola, Entiat, Grand Coulee, Davenport, Cashmere, Anatone,
Kamiah, Hayden, Wallace, Coulee Dam, Medimont, Bonners Ferry,
Lookout Pass, Ralston, Naples, Eastport, Emida, Rockford, La
Crosse, Santa, Pinehurst, Craigmont, Clayton, Coeur d'Alene,
Nezperce, Chelan, Post Falls, Worley, St. Maries, Porthill,
Moscow, Rosalia, Colfax, Lamona, Othello, Kettle Falls, Wilbur,
Clarkston, Oakesdale, Culdesac, Coulee City, Ephrata, Wenatchee,
Rathdrum, Colville, Odessa, Clarkston Heights, Uniontown,
Electric City, and Deer Park
1103 AM PDT Thu Nov 3 2022


* WHAT...Southwest to west winds 20 to 35 mph with gusts 50 to 60
mph possible.

* WHERE...Portions of North and North Central Idaho. Portions of
Central, East Central, North Central, Northeast, and Southeast

* WHEN...From Friday evening through Saturday morning.

* IMPACTS...Damaging winds could blow down trees and power lines.
Scattered to widespread power outages are possible. Travel could
be difficult, especially for high profile vehicles.

* ADDITIONAL DETAILS...For Stevens, Pend Oreille, and Boundary
Counties, the strongest winds and wind impacts will primarily be
across southern reaches of the counties. Wind gusts in the
foothills of the Blue Mountains could be up to 70 mph. Wind
direction will start off from the southwest Friday evening and
switch to the west across the Upper Columbia Basin and
Wenatchee Area Saturday morning.


Monitor the latest forecasts and warnings for updates.

Fasten loose objects like trampolines in a safe location prior to
the onset of winds.


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