July 8, 2010 in City, Idaho

Rising temperatures could mark today as hottest of year

By The Spokesman-Review
 
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With clear skies and an expected high of 93, the National Weather Service stated this could be the warmest day of the year, so far.

Temperatures in the 90s are predicted into the beginning of next week. They are about 10 degrees above the seasonal average, according to the weather service. Evening temperatures will settle around the high 50s, with light wind expected tonight and tomorrow.

Humidity continues to decrease, from 67 percent yesterday to 54 percent today.

Areas of the western side of the state and Oregon are under a heat advisory, for temperatures expected to reach into the high 90s.

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