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KHQ WEATHER AUTHORITY: A Little Bump In The Road For Friday

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TODAY: Partly cloudy.  A few light showers possible; any measurable precip contained to the Cascades and northern mtns of WA and ID.  Becoming breezy. High: 87. Winds: SW 10-15; G 20mph.
 
TONIGHT: Partly cloudy. Low: 63. Winds: SW 5-10mph.
 
TOMORROW: Mostly sunny.  Slight chance for afternoon showers/t-storms, mainly across SE Washington and the southern ID panhandle. Breezy. High: 86. Winds: SW 5-15; G 20mph.
 
Have a great Friday!
 
Amy

 

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