Idaho

Warming trend arrives for weekend

The mild weather of the last few days continues again today, although clouds and breezes are likely.

A warming trend kicks in on Friday as temperatures move from the middle 60s to the 70s this weekend.

Clouds and breezes today are the result of a weak low pressure system moving across the Inland Northwest, but forecasters said the storm energy will be relatively weak.

Highs on Friday should reach 66 in Spokane under partly sunny skies, and then move to the middle and upper 70s on Saturday and Sunday with increased amounts of sunshine.

Highs of 76 are expected in downtown Spokane on Saturday and Sunday and then 79 on Monday with other locations reaching about the same temperatures.

Lows this morning did not dip into the 30s again as a result of a cloud layer that moved over Spokane after 1 a.m.

At 7 a.m., it was 46 at Spokane International Airport and Coeur d’Alene, 47 at Felts Field, 42 at Deer Park and 44 in Pullman.

The high at the airport on Wednesday was 65.

The normal high for today is 69 and the normal low is 43.



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