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Today: Clear start to the day after the fast moving storms last night. Partly cloudy skies by this afternoon with a slight chance of isolated showers. Mostly dry except for mountains across our northern interior. High: 80

Tonight: Partly cloudy skies. Low: 56

Tomorrow: Partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies but again the chance of mountain showers. High: 83 (Green)

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KHQ.COM - Avista is reporting 12,000+ customers without power as of 9:20 Sunday night. Crews are working on restoring power, and will be busy throughout the night. 

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