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KHQ WEATHER AUTHORITY: Abundant Sunshine All Day!

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BLAKE JENSEN: Expect a clear, crisp start to your morning with a little bit of frost as low temperatures will dip into the mid 20s...BUT there will be abundant sunshine all through the day! High temperatures will be just a couple degrees below normal but overall, a beautiful start to the week. We do have another storm system coming Tuesday night/Wednesday and while it looks like mostly non-accumulating rain/snow mix around Spokane, some of our northern valleys could pick up some light snow accumulations. A ridge of high pressure should end our week with....MORE sunshine!
 
Monday: Frosty but clear morning. Mostly Sunny skies. Wind: E to 10 mph. High: 43°
 
Monday Night: Few more clouds start to roll in, but still dry. Low: 27°
 
Tuesday: Partly Cloudy, becoming Mostly Cloudy. Rain showers late in the day, turning to rain/snow mix overnight. High: 43°
 
 
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