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A system sitting off the coastline will deliver a dose of much needed rain Monday night into the first half of the day Tuesday.  The heaviest Rain will fall overnight and early Tuesday, with anywhere from  .25 to .50 inches of rain for some areas. Within this line of storms is the possibility for embedded thunderstorms, dangerous cloud to ground lightning, small hail and gusty winds. Daytime highs are also set to drop back into the low 70's through Wednesday.

A much more active afternoon compared to what we have been seeing is expected today. We are talking about the chance for some thunderstorm activity across eastern Washington and north Idaho. Within these storms gusts about 30-35mph, small pea-sized hail, lightning and brief heavy downpours will be possible. You know what we always say... when thunder roars head indoors!

We are seeing showers to kick off the morning in Spokane. Those showers are expected to taper off and we will see clearing skies as we head into the afternoon. This afternoon thunderstorms are still possible with sun breaks to help them fire up. The National Weather Service predicts thunderstorm activity to be most likely for Northeast Washington and North Idaho. Within these systems we could expect small hail, infrequent lightning, gusty winds and brief heavy downpours.

We're looking at mostly sunny skies out there today, with a chance for some scattered showers to move in during the late afternoon hours. Along with those showers the chance for thunderstorm activity does exist. These thunderstorms could produce gusty winds around 40mph, small hail, and brief but heavy downpours. Temperatures today are heading in the right direction as we look to top out in the low to mid 70's. Tomorrow we bump back up to the mid to upper 70's with plenty of sunshine.