May 4, 2015
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A raindrop strikes a puddle in downtown Spokane on Thursday. Unseasonably lower temperatures and rain are expected to continue today, but warmer, drier weather is predicted early next week.
May 28, 2010 in City on Page A1
Record rainfall on Thursday should be history as the Memorial Day holiday arrives, but forecasters warned that the risk of more rain or showers isn’t leaving the region completely. Spokane …
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