SPOKANE, Wash. — Dry, milder weather is expected for the first half of the week, before things turn wet and windy (but no valley snow this time around).

Some patchy fog is possible Monday morning, otherwise we'll see mostly sunny skies, light winds and highs in the middle 50s.  

Since we haven't seen much wind in recent days, the air across the region is a bit stagnant and air quality is in the moderate category.  We won't likely see improvement until mid week.

Tuesday and Wednesday will see the week's mildest afternoon temperatures, in the upper 50s to near 60 degrees, but the mild weather won't last long.  Winds will pick up Wednesday night and we'll also see our next chance of rain.  

Unsettled weather, with occasional wet and windy conditions, will stick around from late Wednesday into the upcoming weekend.  Temperatures will start cooling off as well, with highs falling from near 60 degrees on Wednesday, to only upper 40s by Saturday.  

- KREM2 Meteorologist Michelle Boss & Evan Noorani

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