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Warm, sunny conditions expected through weekend

Could warm temperatures finally be here to stay? Yes, says the National Weather Service. At least for a few days. Expect sunny skies and temperatures in the 70s this weekend. Today’s high is expected to hit 66 degrees in Spokane and 64 degrees in Coeur d’Alene. The Lake City could see patchy fog, with 40 degrees expected as a low in Spokane and 39 as a low in Coeur d’Alene. Saturday will be a bit warmer. The high Spokane is expected at 74 degrees, with mostly sunny conditions predicted, according to the National Weather Service. Coeur d’Alene should see a high of 72 degrees, according to the weather service. Lows that night are expected at 44 degrees in Coeur d’Alene and 46 degrees in Spokane. It only gets warmer from there. Sunday’s high is expected to hit 80 in Spokane. In Coeur d’Alene, the high temperature is predicted to be 79 degrees. The temperature will drop that night to 49 in Spokane, according to meteorologists. Coeur ‘Alene will stay a bit warmer at 51 degrees. The warm weather won’t end when the weekend does. Spokane should see a high of 82 that day; Coeur d’Alene’s high is predicted at 81. The low that night is expected to hit 51 in Spokane. Coeur d’Alene’s Monday overnight low is predicted at 48. Tuesday’s forecast calls for a slight chance of showers in Spokane with a high of 78 degrees. Coeur d’Alene has a slight chance of showers, too, with a high of 75 predicted.
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