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KHQ WEATHER AUTHORITY: The heat is on!

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SPOKANE, Wash. -

Monday: We will see the warmest day of 2015 so far... with Spokane looking to break its 84 year record set back in 1931 of 91°, today's temps will likely spike into the mid 90's. Stay cool and stay hydrated! 94°

Tonight: Mostly clear and VERY mild overnight. 64°

Satellite & Radar: Ridge of high pressure remains over the Pacific NW allowing very warm air to move into the area. Expect it to stay in place through the through next week!

7-Day Forecast: After Monday, we "slowly" cool down. Mostly sunny skies though will continue through the week! Enjoy!

~Leslie

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