Weather in Spokane
58°F | 42°F
Possible drizzle in the morning.
55°F | 44°F
Light rain starting in the afternoon.
56°F | 41°F
Possible light rain overnight.
57°F | 45°F
Light rain throughout the day.
57°F | 43°F
Rain in the morning.
Breezy and rainy conditions dominate the forecast not only Monday, but for much of the week. Winds could gust up to 35 mph across the Inland Northwest through Wednesday. Expect scattered showers throughout most of Monday. Although it might not be heavy all day, most places will see plenty of rainfall. The bulk of this system fizzles out by the late evening/overnight. We hang on to chances for some much-needed moisture for the next seven days, with temperatures in the low to mid-50s.
- Feels Like:
- Wind Speed:
- 5.65 mph
- 5.794 miles
- 5:44 p.m.
|Mon 6 p.m.||52°F||Partly Cloudy||8% precip.|
|Mon 7 p.m.||50°F||Partly Cloudy||0% precip.|
|Mon 8 p.m.||48°F||Partly Cloudy||4% precip.|
|Mon 9 p.m.||48°F||Partly Cloudy||0% precip.|
|Mon 10 p.m.||49°F||Mostly Cloudy||6% precip.|
|Mon 11 p.m.||49°F||Mostly Cloudy||14% precip.|
|Tue midnight||49°F||Mostly Cloudy||13% precip.|
|Tue 1 a.m.||49°F||Mostly Cloudy||12% precip.|
|Tue 2 a.m.||48°F||Mostly Cloudy||13% precip.|
|Tue 3 a.m.||47°F||Overcast||13% precip.|
|Tue 4 a.m.||47°F||Overcast||15% precip.|
|Tue 5 a.m.||46°F||Overcast||12% precip.|
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