60s with some more sun on Monday – Matt

SPOKANE, Wash.– After a gloomy and wet weekend we’ll see some nicer weather to start the week! A few spotty showers are going to linger up in the mountains on Monday, but don’t expect to get wet for the first half of the week.

Clouds will clear late Sunday in time for many of us to try and see the full lunar eclipse! You may hear some thunder and lighting late into the evening in North Central Idaho.

READ: Get ready for a blood-red lunar eclipse Sunday night

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Temperatures will start out mild in the 40s with some patchy fog after the storms on Sunday night. Temperatures will rise to the low 60s with partly cloudy skies. We’ll actually have a decent stretch of 60s on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday before some changes.

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Tuesday is dry too, but Wednesday will be rainy and windy thanks to yet another storm. That will knock temperatures back down to the 50s in the afternoon and 30s in the morning. Our cool spring isn’t ending anytime soon! For reference, our average highs this time of year are from 67 to 69 degrees.

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