January 3, 2012 in Idaho

Calmer weather likely for much of week

By The Spokesman-Review
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Wave clouds like these over Spokane on Tuesday are a sign of stable air.
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The Inland Northwest is going to see relatively calm weather this week with sunshine early today and cloudy skies by afternoon.

A high of 40 degrees is expected by afternoon with a low tonight in the lower 30s.

A Pacific storm system late Wednesday should bring a chance of light rain or sprinkles to lower elevations and snow in the mountains. Gusty winds are expected on Thursday as a weather front moves over the region.

Highs through the week will be in the 40s with lows in the 30s, or about 10 degrees above normal.

The average temperature for today is 32 with an average low of 23.

At 7 a.m., it was 30 at Spokane International Airport and Coeur d’Alene.

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