KHQ Weather Authority: The Sun is Back! But For How Long? - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

KHQ Weather Authority: The Sun is Back! But For How Long?

SPOKANE, Wash. - We have a few lingering clouds to start the day...otherwise high pressure will nudge in bringing with it plenty of sunshine and warmer temperatures that will reach into the low to mid 70's for today and near 80° for Wednesday. 
A weak disturbance will move in late Wednesday night into Thursday...bringing another round of showers and drop our temperatures back down to the just about average (mid 70's).....showers will taper off by Friday and we will look for sunshine and 70's as we head into Hoopfest and Ironman weekend!
 
Enjoy the sunshine everyone!
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More information from the Associated Press Wires

SEATTLE (AP) - Forecasters say Today has the best chance of a sunbreak this week in Washington before the cool, cloudy weather resumes.

The National Weather Service says afternoon clearing should push high temperatures in Western Washington into the low 70s. Highs in Eastern Washington should reach the 80s.

Forecasters say clouds and a chance of showers return Wednesday.

 

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