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Severe thunderstorms and flash flood watch issued for eastern and central Washington

Severe thunderstorms Saturday night and parts of eastern Washington is at an "enhanced risk."

SPOKANE, Wash — With the severe weather out of the way, it's back to more typical Spring like weather heading into next week.

One more batch of rain is expected early Sunday morning, between approximately 3 and 9 A.M. The rain may be heavy at times and a few rumbles of thunder are possible too, but this will not be severe. By lunch time, the skies will clear out and will remain dry for the weekend.

Temperatures will be significantly colder Sunday, with highs in the mid- 60s, about 20 degrees colder than Saturday. The winds will remain rather strong, up to 30 or 40 mph. 

Most of the week, temperatures will be at average, mid- 70s generally.

- KREM 2 Meteorologist Thomas Patrick

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