A chill in the air this 4th of July with scattered rain and storms -Matt

SPOKANE, Wash.– You don’t get to say that any particular day in July is “chilly” very often, but this 4th of July, it looks like it will be one of the cooler days we’ve had here in a few weeks. Highs are only going to get into the upper 60s and low 70s around Spokane and Coeur d’Alene. Cool air, clouds and showers will all combine to create a summer day that will feel like a spring day instead.

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Temperatures will be in the mid 50s in the morning with some isolated light rain. By midday through the early afternoon, more thunderstorms will develop across the Inland Northwest, moving from southwest to northeast. A Flood Watch will remain in place for our northern counties in Washington and Idaho on Monday. The risk of flash flooding won’t be over until this system is totally past us on Tuesday.

Afternoon storms will clear out as we head into the evening. That means fireworks shows should go off without issue and it will be a cool and crisp evening to take it all in.

The weather dries out for most of the upcoming week, though a few storms could pop up late Thursday. Temperatures will get back into the 80s by Wednesday and stay there through next weekend. Next weekend by the way looks much sunnier and drier than what this Sunday brought us.

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