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Fluctuating temperatures: Expect hot days, cooler nights going into next week

UPDATED: Sun., July 15, 2018, 7:41 p.m.

When the weather is hot, Spokane Valley kids like Luke Wall keep cool by diving off of the rocks into the Spokane River near boulder beach. The hottest temperature of the summer so far baked the area Tuesday. (Steve  Thompson / The Spokesman-Review)
When the weather is hot, Spokane Valley kids like Luke Wall keep cool by diving off of the rocks into the Spokane River near boulder beach. The hottest temperature of the summer so far baked the area Tuesday. (Steve Thompson / The Spokesman-Review)

The roasting Spokane faced this week is not letting up.

Temperatures in the high 90s are expected through Tuesday, dropping down into the low 90s and high 80s through the end of the week, according to the National Weather Service in Spokane.

Relief may come, however, in the evenings, nights and early mornings, as those highs fall by as much as 35 degrees to sit in the comfortable mid-60s in the evenings.

Sunshine should be a near constant, so break out those bathing suits. And with summer now in full swing, the waters of the region’s lakes and rivers – frigid snow melt only a month ago – should be primed for swimming.

 
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