There were nearly a hundred crashes on Monday on the Palouse when the first significant snowstorm of the season caused slick roads.
Most of the crashes were in Pullman where the Pullman PD responded to 49 collisions and 11 disabled vehicles. The Washington State University Police Department had one crash and three disabled vehicles. There were 17 crashes in Moscow and two disabled vehicles and the Latah County Sheriff’s Office responded to 11 crashes and one disabled vehicle.
More difficult driving conditions are expected tonight through Wednesday as up to a foot of snow is possible in some areas of the Palouse.