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KHQ WEATHER AUTHORITY: 80's For The Rest Of The Week!

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Wednesday: Mostly sunny skies, calm winds and temps about 15-20° above normal! We do have a chance at some afternoon t-storms but those mainly reserved for mountainous terrain. High: 84°

Thursday: More sunshine and 80s! Still a chance at afternoon mountain t-storms (that chance exists the rest of the week) could see some showers across the Camas Prairie. Most areas however still mostly sunny. High: 82°
 
The ridge of high pressure we've been under looks to stay in place until the second half of the weekend, then, after nearly two weeks, we will return to a more "normal" Spring pattern. Showers are possible starting on Mother's Day Sunday and into the first part of next week. Temps will cool back down but still be around normal for this time of year.
 
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