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KHQ WEATHER AUTHORITY: PUSHING INTO SUMMER IN THE INLAND NW! Record Breaking Heat!

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Today:  Basically a carbon-copy of yesterday. Sunshine, calm winds and temps almost identical to yesterday's highs in the 80s and 90s! One note: look for a chance of t-storms this afternoon across the mountains of the Northern and Southern Panhandle. Spokane High: 85°
 
Saturday: Mostly sunny skies to start but increasing clouds throughout the day. Really just the high, thin kind of clouds. Temps still warm with highs back in the 80s. Again the chance of thunderstorms across the Panhandle mountains remains. Spokane High: 84°
 
Mother's Day: Cloudy, Breezy, Showers and T-Storms. A cold front will finally push this high pressure out of the area. By early Sunday afternoon some much needed rain showers are possible but a good chance of some thunderstorms to also fire off. Winds will also be breezy the majority of the day with gusts to 30 mph. Spokane High: 82° 
 
Have a great weekend! Back to "normal" temps next week!
 
-Blake
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