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Heat Advisory issued June 30 at 2:55PM PDT until July 03 at 9:00PM PDT by NWS

...HOT TEMPERATURES RETURN TO THE INLAND NORTHWEST... .TRIPLE DIGIT TEMPERATURES AROUND 103 DEGREES OR ABOVE WILL RETURN WEDNESDAY PERSISTING INTO FRIDAY. THE HEAT WILL HIT FIRST IN THE SOUTHERN PORTION OF THE CENTRAL BASIN, SOUTHWEST PALOUSE AND ALONG THE CLEARWATER RIVER EXPANDING NORTHWARD IN LOWER VALLEY AREAS ALONG THE COLUMBIA THROUGH WENATCHEE AND INTO

Tonight

Lo71° Clear

Wednesday

Hi100° Hot

Wednesday Night

Lo73° Clear

Thursday

Hi104° Hot

Thursday Night

Lo73° Clear

Friday

Hi102° Hot

Friday Night

Lo70° Clear

Independence Day

Hi103° Hot

Saturday Night

Lo68° Clear

Sunday

Hi98° Hot

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