SPOKANE, Wash.– After a quiet few days rain is as soon as once more again within the forecast. Let’s pump the brakes right here although for a second. It’s not going to be like final Saturday-Monday for many of us.
Rain and the occasional thunderstorm will slide in on Friday night time, beginning round 11 pm and getting extra intense as we head into early Saturday morning. Expect the wettest a part of the day to be from 4 to eight a.m. round Spokane and Coeur d’Alene. Temperatures will drop solely to the low 50s.
Showers and storms change into extra hit-or-miss within the afternoon, however one space of the Inland Northwest is in danger for some flooding rains. A Flood Watch is in impact on Saturday for Okanogan and Ferry counties in Washington. Storms that develop right here on Saturday afternoon gained’t have a lot wind to push them round, so they might dump heavy rain over one spot for an prolonged time interval. The 4 News Now Weather App can provide you with a warning to flood warnings once they’re issued, so you possibly can take motion.
Temperatures will likely be about 10 levels under regular for the afternoon. Highs will solely hit the low to mid 60s with a number of low 70s in Central Washington. Father’s Day/Juneteenth on Sunday seems drier, however a number of remoted afternoon storms will present up and should provide you with extra rain if you happen to’re unfortunate sufficient to see one. Our rain probabilities don’t actually begin to drop considerably till Monday, so carry on keeping track of the sky as you go about your weekend.
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