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Monday: If you liked the weekend weather, you'll LOVE today! Another sunny and clear day with temperatures in the mid-upper 80s. Breezy winds across Okanogan Valley and NE Washington are the only notes. High: 86° (Green)

Monday Night: Another clear, calm night. Can't ask for much better conditions. Low: 58° (Green)

Tuesday: Mostly sunny skies to start. Increasing clouds by late afternoon and then the chance for some dangerous thunderstorms overnight. Winds will also pick up ahead of the t-storms, sustained between 15-20mph and gusts to 25mph. High: 92° (Yellow)

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