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Ice Storm Warning issued January 17 at 10:41PM PST until January 18 at 4:00PM PST by NWS

...AREAS OF HEAVY ICE AND SNOW ACCUMULATIONS EXPECTED TONIGHT AND WEDNESDAY... .HEAVY PRECIPITATION OVERRUNNING A COLD LOW LEVEL AIR MASS ARRIVES THIS EVENING AND CONTINUES INTO WEDNESDAY BRINGING THE POTENTIAL FOR HOURS OF FREEZING RAIN... SLEET...AND SNOW. HEAVY MOUNTAIN SNOW IS A NEAR CERTAINTY. HEAVY ICE ACCUMULATIONS WILL

Overnight

Lo21° Wintry Mix

Wednesday

Hi31° Freezing Rain then Rain/Freezing Rain

Wednesday Night

Lo29° Wintry Mix Likely then Slight Chance Snow

Thursday

Hi36° Slight Chance Snow then Mostly Cloudy

Thursday Night

Lo25° Slight Chance Snow

Friday

Hi33° Rain/Snow Likely

Friday Night

Lo26° Snow Likely

Saturday

Hi33° Chance Rain

Saturday Night

Lo24° Chance Snow

Sunday

Hi33° Rain/Snow Likely

WVC volleyball confident going into NWAACC tournament

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Wenatchee Valley College volleyball coach Kelly Ketcham has known all season long that if his squad would be able to find a way to get into the Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges tournament, it would have the potential to do well because of the fact that the NWAACC’s East Region — which includes Blue Mountain, which has been ranked No. 1 all season long in the coaches poll, plus Spokane and Walla Walla, two other top-five squads — has been the toughest of the conference’s four divisions. The Knights did qualify for the postseason, winning the fourth and final playoff seed by one game. Even though none of WVC’s players have played in the NWAACC tournament before, the Knights will enter postseason play with confidence because they’re certainly not unfamiliar with participating in must-win situations. WVC had to emerge victorious in every one of the matches that it did win in the second half of East Region play to qualify for the tournament, after all.

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