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Cold blowing into E. Washington

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SPOKANE, Wash. - The National Weather Service has extended a dust storm warning until 5 p.m. Friday in the area that includes Moses Lake, Ephrata and Ritzville.

Forecasters says north winds of 15 mph to 20 mph are blowing dust across the upper Columbia Basin, limiting visibility for drivers.

Forecasters say those north winds are bringing freezing weather overnight.

A freeze warning will be in effect until 10 a.m. Saturday between the Wenatchee area and the southeast corner of Washington and into northern Idaho.

Here are the forecast temps along with the records:

Friday High: 44 (record coolest high: 45 in 1985)

Saturday Morning Low: 19 (record low: 25 in 1977)

Saturday High: 42 (record coolest high: 48 in 1981)

Sunday Morning Low: 19 (record low : 24 in 2002)

Sunday High: 45 (record coolest high: 40 in 1881)

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