Beautiful Sunday a big change from Saturday’s storms
SPOKANE, Wash.– It ended up being a dark, wet, and stormy Saturday afternoon and evening, but the second half of your weekend is going to go much better!
Showers and storms slowly fade away on Saturday evening, but there will still be some spotty showers around between 8 and midnight. Under partly to mostly cloudy skies temperatures will dip into the low 40s and upper 30s early Sunday morning. If you got heavy rain on Saturday there’s a good chance there will be some stubborn fog when you wake up. Don’t worry though, it will dissipate quick as we start to warm.
Speaking of warming up, how about upper 60s for Sunday! Central Washington and the L-C Valley will hit the low 70s. It’s going to be a sunny blue sky day around the region, not bad after the week we’ve had.
The good times will not last long, however. Rain and storms are back on Monday. Then we’ll finally see temperatures warm into the 70s during the middle of the week! Overall, the next week feels much more like typical spring. Too bad we had to wait all the way until late May to get it!
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