More rain and then the warmth – Mark

Tue Planning

The flooding shown in green will continue for days and the snow into North Idaho will stop later today. Floods have been affecting multiple sections of the Northwest, including Yellowstone National Park, Pend Oreille and Spokane.

Tue Updated Watches

Along with the continuing flooding, here are Your 4 Things to Know about the upcoming weather forecast. Midday showers are expected, with temperatures expected in the high-50s. The good news is we can expect it to warm up and be a bit dryer toward the end of the week.

Tue Mid 12 Hrs

Rain is expected to fall into the middle of the afternoon. By 5 p.m., you can expect it to reach around 57 degrees.

Tue Mid 12

We have well below average for highs today, as areas like Spokane and Coeur d’Alene are in the low to mid-50s. Deer Park and Colville have highs of 61 and 64 degrees respectively, and the high in Kalispell is expected to be 47 degrees.

Tue Highs

Cold weather persists with rain showers and areas of flooding. It will begin clearing and cool down tonight with drier and warmer air moving in. We can expect it to hit the 70’s by Thursday, but more showers moving in on Sunday.

Tue Planning