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KHQ Weather Authority: Let's Scrounge Up One More Warm Day

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Weekend Weather Update: Let's Scrounge Up One More Warm Day

Overnight: Partly cloudy with a passing overnight to early morning shower (also called nocturnal showers)

Monday:  After a little morning cloud cover left over from a weakening band of showers, it should turn into a zesty, mostly sunny to partly cloudy day. Nocturnal (nighttime) showers & a few t-storms are forecast to pass through the area, but with a slight increase in coverage…Low/High 58°/81° (GREEN)

FYI: The golf courses will be getting watered by Mother Nature for the following several days

  Happy Father's Day & enjoy your week! Dave

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