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Record-Breaking Low Temperature in Spokane Today

SPOKANE, Wash.- It's a record-breaking cold morning in Spokane, with a temperature at Spokane International Airport of 33 degrees. That's beats the previous low record on this date by two degrees. The average low temperature for the 24th of May is 45 degrees. The average high temperature is 69 degrees. The previous low record was set in 1975 with a temperature of 35 degrees. The record high was 1934 at 95 degrees.  

For the folks in the Okanogan Highlands, you're below freezing. Those living in the Northern and Central Panhandle of Idaho will also have freezing temperatures to start out. According to the National Weather Service, there's a pool of cold air sitting above the Inland Northwest, but just about everyone should see temperatures go up tomorrow.  

Spokane got to 58 degrees on Sunday (normal is 68). Today it will be a bit warmer, with a high of 60 forecasted. By Tuesday and Wednesday it's expected to be in the upper 60s. After that another storm system out in the Pacific sitting above the Inland Northwest, but just about everyone should see temperatures go up tomorrow.  

Spokane got to 58 degrees on Sunday (normal is 68). Today it will be a bit warmer, with a high of 60 forecasted. By Tuesday and Wednesday it's expected to be in the upper 60s. After that another storm system out in the Pacific makes its way inland, and that will bring temperatures back down: look for low 60s and five to ten mile an hour winds on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

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