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KHQ WEATHER AUTHORITY: Cold air moving in

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Tuesday Evening Weather Update: Colder Air Moving In

TUESDAY NIGHT: Satellite and radar showing clearing skies for most valley locations, spotty mountain showers, breezy winds and cooler temps remain through the overnight hours. 40° GREEN

WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny skies with very Fall like temps in place for your Wednesday. Winds remain breezy from the south to 15mph. 61°/39°

Satellite and Radar: Behind the front that brought showers last night we can expect cooler air to start filtering in, limiting our high temperatures for the next couple of days. Some clearing behind the front likely means sunshine for the Columbia Basin today!

7-Day Forecast: Mostly sunny skies Tuesday and Wednesday but high temps only in the low 60s and overnight temps into the low 40s, even 30s in some spots. A warm front on Thursday will bring back some cloud cover but warmer temps as we head toward the weekend. As of right now, next weekend looks mostly dry with partly cloudy skies Saturday, mostly sunny skies Sunday and temps back in the low 70s!

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