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KHQ WEATHER AUTHORITY: Soak it up! More Warm Weather!

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I really hope everyone enjoyed the Easter weekend with family and friends and of course, the beautiful weather! Officially reached 68° on your Easter Sunday, and today could be the first 70° day since October 11th! More clear skies and sunshine all day long under this ridge of high pressure. We do have some showers in the extended forecast however...some light rain in the higher elevations of the Central Panhandle by tomorrow night. Better chance for lower elevation showers by Friday. So for now...enjoy the sunshine!
 
Today: Sunny clear skies and warm temperatures! NE wind 3-5 mph. High: 70°
 
Tonight: Mostly clear skies, calm conditions, great night for some star-gazing! Low: 43°
 
Tomorrow: Mostly Sunny skies yet again with highs in the upper 60s. Around Spokane that'll be about 67°.
 
 
-Blake
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