While we’ve seen some chilly overnight temperatures, the weather to start April has been productive across the Inland Northwest.  However that’s going to change as we approach the weekend.  Dennis Hull with the National Weather Service said we’re going to see systems rolling in bringing not only mild daytime highs, but also cloud cover.


“But that southwest flow is going to bring some moisture and some increasingly unstable air with the cloud cover and the southwest flow, the low temperatures will be in the 40s and maybe even some nights closer to 50.”


Hull added we could see daytime highs approaching 70 by the end of the week.  Hull said now is a good time to get granulated fertilizer or pre-emergent herbicide, but the rain showers this weekend will help break those granules down to do their work.



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