Thursday's Weather Update: July 2014 Goes Down as the 4th Warmest in 133 Years…Now, it's onto Hot August Days
Evening/Overnight: Following the afterglow of a vivid, tangy sunset, it's a quiet night for the metro area (GREEN)
Friday: Temperatures rocket above 90°degrees once again. It's partly cloudy for the afternoon as higher debris clouds from monsoonal storms in Oregon drift through the area. This available moisture could fuel a few mountain T-Storms… Low/High 66°/95° (YELLOW for Heat)
Saturday: A pleasant start to the day with mostly sunny conditions until a disturbance traveling from south to north threatens outdoor summer activities across eastern WA & Idaho. Passing Thunder & lightning is possible during for the heat of the day/early evening…Low/High 65°/93° (YELLOW)FYI: Going to Hawaii anytime soon? A Tropical Storm/Cyclone may pass through the Hawaiian Islands a week from now. On average, a tropical cyclone passes near the islands every four years. Dave, your SWX/KHQ Meteorologist
Mostly Sunny and Hot
Sunny, Chance PM T/Storms
Mostly Sunny, Chance T/Storms
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