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KHQ WEATHER AUTHORITY: We're Starting To Warm Up A Little Bit

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KHQ WEATHER AUTHORITY: Once again we start off the morning with some patchy fog although today it is much less likely we see any freezing fog develop as low temps should remain in the mid 30s.

Along with the fog, expect to see some morning showers stretching from Colville all the way to Lewiston...in the lower elevations that is falling as rain...in the Panhandle mountain locations that is falling as snow.

Drying up later this morning...then just mostly cloudy and a high of 40°. Expect a brief dry break much of the day today and Thursday before more valley rain, mountain snow showers return Friday through the weekend.
 
Today: Patchy Fog/AM Showers. SE 5-10mph. High: 40°
 
Tomorrow: Mostly Cloudy, Mostly Dry. High: 42°
 
 

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