This Gloomy Weather Isn't Going Away - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

This Gloomy Weather Isn't Going Away

SPOKANE, Wash. - By late Thursday morning/early afternoon tomorrow we once again have a pretty good chance of seeing some showers. The breezy conditions are also expected to continue. We are currently positioned on the back edge of a VERY slow moving piece of low pressure, but once that leaves, models are in pretty good agreement we see a very similar pattern all the way through the weekend. That means more showers, more breezy winds, and below normal temperatures. Looks like our next respite doesn't come until the start of next week...SORRY!  

Thursday: Cloudy, dry start to the day. Chc of showers late morning/early afternoon. S 10-15 mph. High: 65°
 
Friday: Mostly cloudy, chance of rain. S wind 5-15 mph, G to 25. High: 60°
 
Saturday: Mostly Cloudy, PM Showers likely. High: 55°
 
Sunday: Showers likely, Mostly cloudy. High: 62°
 
Monday: Partly Sunny, Isolated Mt. Showers. High 68°
 
Tuesday: Mostly Sunny, Isolated Mt. Showers. High 68°
 
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