Cloudy and low temperatures outweigh the forecast for Tuesday. Today marks the first day of the four-day 70-degree weather strip, which will reach this peak today in the afternoon.
Your 4 things you need to know about the weather include a warm day ahead with a light breeze. It can be expected that Wednesday will be the mid-70s, followed by downpours.
Ideal average highs are included in today’s forecast. Seventy degrees of weather are expected in the Deer Park, Spokane and Kerr d’Alen areas, with temperatures up to the mid-70s in Yakima, Three City and Lewiston.
It is expected that tomorrow the highs will be even higher. Yakima, Tri-Cities and Lewiston are expected to appear in the 1980s, and some parts of eastern Washington in the mid-1970s.
Today and Wednesday we will see a good break with a maximum of 70 degrees and light wind. On Thursday afternoons and weekends we have waves of energy that cause downpours and possible thunderstorms. Sunday looks like the wettest day.
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