T.G.I.F. Weather Update: Showers & T-Storms Continue to Pepper the Region
Flash Flood Watch until Friday night for the wildfire burn-scarred slopes in the east slopes of the Cascades that may receive heavy rainfall & produce fast runoff
Evening/Overnight: Some showery activity pinwheels into the area this evening, but it should decrease as the night progresses & remain mostly cloudy. Idaho gets the brunt of the Thunderstorms as they continue to stream through the length of the state.
Saturday: It's tamer by Saturday as most of the wet weather moves into Montana. The metro area will remain a bit cloudy, breezy & cool… Low/High 55°/76°
Sunday: A mostly cloudy day with afternoon showers & a few thunderstorms developing in the neighboring counties of Northern WA through the Idaho Panhandle…Low/High 53°/80°
FYI: So far, it's the slowest Atlantic hurricane season since 2000, but my "crystal ball" depicts what might be "Hurricane Christobal" making landfall onto the SE U.S. coastline by the middle of next week.
Friday, June 18 2010 5:53 PM EDT2010-06-18 21:53:38 GMT
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