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Old 03-13-2011, 05:22 PM
 
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I'm gonna be staying at a hotel in Spokane towards the end of June (June 20th to June 27th) and I am wondering what the weather is usually like in late June? Last year I've stayed in Spokane in late May and it was cold and rainy, the warmest day was the day I first arrived in Spokane (60 degrees)

I am from Walla Walla and the temps in Spokane and Walla Walla/Tri-Cities seem to be a lot different
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Old 03-14-2011, 08:15 AM
 
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Probably warm. Maybe like 80's.
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Old 03-14-2011, 03:05 PM
 
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Probably warm. Maybe like 80's.
That is perfect weather for me, as long as if it's 70-95 degrees I'll be perfectly happy, does it rain a lot in Spokane during the early summer season?
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Old 03-14-2011, 08:03 PM
 
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That is perfect weather for me, as long as if it's 70-95 degrees I'll be perfectly happy, does it rain a lot in Spokane during the early summer season?
It didn't when I was there.
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Old 03-15-2011, 11:03 AM
 
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Ask the locals about "the 4th of july rule". LOL, they always told me that you could bet on it being in the 50s and raining on the 4th of july, then be 90 with no rain for 2 months. I found that to be true.

Of course I was there last year, we had a very strange winter/spring. We had very little snow (most I remember getting was 2 inches, which melted by noon). Spring ran through the first week of July, never got above the mid 50's in June. But by the time the 2nd week of July hit, it was like a desert!

By the time I left Spokane (early September) it was already back down to the 50's. But when I got to the southern midwest it was still in the mid 70's untill mid-october.
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Old 03-19-2011, 12:40 AM
 
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Ask the locals about "the 4th of july rule". LOL, they always told me that you could bet on it being in the 50s and raining on the 4th of july, then be 90 with no rain for 2 months. I found that to be true.

Of course I was there last year, we had a very strange winter/spring. We had very little snow (most I remember getting was 2 inches, which melted by noon). Spring ran through the first week of July, never got above the mid 50's in June. But by the time the 2nd week of July hit, it was like a desert!

By the time I left Spokane (early September) it was already back down to the 50's. But when I got to the southern midwest it was still in the mid 70's untill mid-october.
I also remember us not getting a lot of warm weather in Walla Walla last year during Spring and we didn't start seeing temps well above 80 degrees until the second week of July, it was definitely one of the chilliest Springs/Summers I've had ever lived through and I sure hope this year won't be similar to what it was last year, last summer was a very mild summer for us compared to the previous summers.
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Old 03-19-2011, 12:42 AM
 
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Ask the locals about "the 4th of july rule". LOL, they always told me that you could bet on it being in the 50s and raining on the 4th of july, then be 90 with no rain for 2 months. I found that to be true.

Of course I was there last year, we had a very strange winter/spring. We had very little snow (most I remember getting was 2 inches, which melted by noon). Spring ran through the first week of July, never got above the mid 50's in June. But by the time the 2nd week of July hit, it was like a desert!

By the time I left Spokane (early September) it was already back down to the 50's. But when I got to the southern midwest it was still in the mid 70's untill mid-october.
I remember when I went to Spokane for the weekend in late June the nights were a tad chilly but the days got up to the mid/upper 70s.
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Old 03-20-2011, 05:33 AM
 
Location: Spokane Valley, WA
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I moved to Spokane a year ago. Summer was a long time coming (even the locals said so), but when it did it was worth the wait.....reminded me of living in Australia. I've been told about the 4th of July thing too, we had the same thing in Seattle.....90% chance of rain on the 4th, even if the week leading up to, & the one after, were beautiful! Even with the snowier winters I'm much prefering the weather in Spokane to that of Seattle, it may get cold but at least the sun makes an appearance once in a while.
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Old 03-24-2011, 02:54 PM
 
Location: Colbert, WA
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Ask the locals about "the 4th of july rule". LOL, they always told me that you could bet on it being in the 50s and raining on the 4th of july, then be 90 with no rain for 2 months. I found that to be true.

Of course I was there last year, we had a very strange winter/spring. We had very little snow (most I remember getting was 2 inches, which melted by noon). Spring ran through the first week of July, never got above the mid 50's in June. But by the time the 2nd week of July hit, it was like a desert!

By the time I left Spokane (early September) it was already back down to the 50's. But when I got to the southern midwest it was still in the mid 70's untill mid-october.
Are you talking about Spokane WA? Because the Spokane I was in got into the 70's most of the month of June.
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Old 03-24-2011, 03:09 PM
 
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Ask the locals about "the 4th of july rule". LOL, they always told me that you could bet on it being in the 50s and raining on the 4th of july, then be 90 with no rain for 2 months. I found that to be true.

Of course I was there last year, we had a very strange winter/spring. We had very little snow (most I remember getting was 2 inches, which melted by noon). Spring ran through the first week of July, never got above the mid 50's in June. But by the time the 2nd week of July hit, it was like a desert!

By the time I left Spokane (early September) it was already back down to the 50's. But when I got to the southern midwest it was still in the mid 70's untill mid-october.

what we had a beautiful warm indian summer right up untill it snowed the middle of november......so as was pointed out by the previous post regarding june weather...this above poster must have lived in a very removed, isolated, section of spokane that had it's own weather system
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