Tuesday Weather Update: Thicker Canopy of Clouds, But Very Little Rain Locally
Evening/Overnight: Partly to mostly cloudy as those non- threatening, higher based clouds continue to stream in from the south (GREEN)
Wednesday: Count on another warm, mostly cloudy day as a thicker amount of high clouds drift overhead (some sprinkles may fall over the mountains)…Low/High 55°/84° (GREEN)
Thursday: It's milder, with mostly cloudy skies & an isolated late day/evening shower. The primary rain band moves over the Cascade Mountains during the morning & slides eastward (staying just north of I-90) into far eastern WA by late afternoon. The additional moisture will also bring showery weather to the ID Panhandle mountains for the evening… Low/High 57°/79° (GREEN)
FYI: There are about 50,000 flights in America everyday & 8000 jets in the air at any given time. Weather accounts for 36% of airline delays, but, that number is down by 50% since 2003 due to better forecasts & flight planning. Thanks to the Bureau of Transportation for keeping these statistics. Dave, your KHQ/SWX Meteorologist
High Clouds & Filtered Sun
Mostly Cloudy, Spotty PM Showers
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