SPOKANE, Wash.—The Inland Northwest inched toward record heat Tuesday afternoon. Temperatures are expected to climb to 99 degrees which would break a record set in 1928 according to Meteorologist Michelle Boss.
Boss added that Spokane already had one 12 day streak of 90+ degree temps in Spokane.
“We are on day three of what looks like another long stretch,” Boss said.
99 in parts of Couer d'Alene at 2pm. Here comes 100.— Randy Mann (@KREMRandyMann) July 29, 2014
Partly cloudy skies and very mild temperatures are expected tonight, with a low of 68. Wednesday, we will get just a hair of a cool down under partly cloudy skies with a high of 96.