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KHQ WEATHER AUTHORITY: Warmer Temperatures Expected This Week

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KHQ.COM - Fog is expected to linger into the late morning, early afternoon, which looks to keep us from previously forecasted highs. We'll see those high temperatures in the upper 30s. Some spotty showers throughout the day becoming more organized this evening but for the for seeable future temps look warm enough to keep any snowfall in the mountains, with the lower elevations seeing mostly rain showers.

Today: AM Fog/Drizzle. Spotty PM Showers. SE Calm winds. High: 39°
 
Tonight: Mostly Cloudy/Showers. Low: 35°
 
Tomorrow: Mostly Cloudy, AM Showers. High: 42°
 

 

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