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80-degree high and cloudy skies on Fourth of July

UPDATED: Thu., July 4, 2019

“He’s loving it,”  Melaia Tutanekai said about her son, Koloa Otto, 2, as she tossed him into the air while swimming at Liberty Lake Regional Park on Tuesday, July 2, 2019. (Kathy Plonka / The Spokesman-Review)
“He’s loving it,” Melaia Tutanekai said about her son, Koloa Otto, 2, as she tossed him into the air while swimming at Liberty Lake Regional Park on Tuesday, July 2, 2019. (Kathy Plonka / The Spokesman-Review)

We’ll have an 80-degree high and a cloudy sky on the Fourth of July.

Temperatures for Independence Day are “looking quite nice,” said Travis Wilson meteorologist at the National Weather Service in Spokane.

Along with the temperature reaching 80 degrees, a light wind is expected and some high- and mid-level cloud cover will extend into the night, when Spokane’s temperature will be in the mid- to low 60s, Wilson said.

Thursday morning, higher elevations in the Spokane area could see some scattered showers and thunderstorms, he said.

Coeur d’Alene’s forecast isn’t much different than Spokane’s, Wilson said, except for temperatures a few degrees cooler.

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