Chance of showers and storms on Father’s Day – Matt
SPOKANE, Wash. — Whether it’s taking dad out for a round of golf or celebrating Juneteenth with family and friends, Sunday is jam-packed in the Inland Northwest. You’ll have to keep an eye on the weather again though with more scattered rain and storms in the forecast.
Much like Saturday, we will see showers and storms fire up as we warm up during the day in the mountains of Northern Washington. Winds will shift on Sunday to out of the northeast, which has a chance to carry these storms down from the mountains and over into the Spokane and Coeur d’Alene areas in the afternoon. Not everyone will see rain as the nature of these storms will be hit-or-miss quick bursts of rain and the occasional lightning strike.
Temperatures are more than 10 degrees below normal so far this weekend and you shouldn’t expect much of a change on Sunday. Highs will only hit the low to mid 60s in Eastern Washington and North Idaho. Central Washington will top out in the low 70s.
Sunday could be our last day of notable rain for a while. There’s a slight chance for a shower or two on Monday but after that the weather is smooth sailing all the way into the start of next weekend. That’s right, Hoopfest is looking good! If you missed the upper 70s we had a couple weeks ago, you’ll like what’s coming up later in the week.
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