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Warm, mild weather expected for the rest of the week, early July

UPDATED: Wed., June 27, 2018, 7:49 a.m.

Friends, left to right, Will Drury, Julia Traynor and Owen Rice, all age 14, hang out in a hammock they strung up between two trees in Manito Park. The teens say they prefer hanging out at the park with their hammocks then  at each other's houses during the summer. This fall, the trio will enter Lewis and Clark High School as freshmen. (Colin Mulvany / The Spokesman-Review)
Friends, left to right, Will Drury, Julia Traynor and Owen Rice, all age 14, hang out in a hammock they strung up between two trees in Manito Park. The teens say they prefer hanging out at the park with their hammocks then at each other's houses during the summer. This fall, the trio will enter Lewis and Clark High School as freshmen. (Colin Mulvany / The Spokesman-Review)

Spokane residents can expect mild weather, with the possibility of some showers, the rest of the week and moving into next month.

“We’re not really expecting anything unusual through the next week,” said Joey Clevenger, a meteorologist in Spokane with the National Weather Service. “It should be pretty nice for the end of June and early July.”

High temperatures are expected to stay in the mid-70s this week, and might increase slightly starting around Sunday.

Area residents can expect mostly dry weather, although one system could bring showers to mountain areas starting Thursday and lasting as late as Saturday.

Next week should see mostly warm and dry weather in the high 70s to low 80s, with the possibility of showers Monday or Tuesday.

Partly cloudy skies and temperatures in the mid-70s are expected for the July Fourth holiday.


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