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TODAY: Mostly sunny. Not as breezy. Slight chance for a few isolated t-storms, mainly over the NE mountains of WA and N ID Panhandle. High: 81. Wind: S 5-10mph. (Green)

TONIGHT: Clear skies.  Low: 58. Winds: W 5-10mph. (Green)
  
TOMORROW: Mostly sunny. Isolated t-storms possible in the afternoon across the Cascades, and the NE mountains and N ID Panhandle. High: 83  Winds: S. 5mph.
 
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