Temperatures expected to fall mid-week

June 17, 2013 

— Although the week is expected to start out strong, with a high of 95 degrees Monday and 89 degrees Tuesday, the National Weather Service warns the warm weather won’t last.

Wednesday brings a 40 percent chance of rain with a high of only 70 degrees. Thunderstorms are possible after 1 p.m., according to meteorologists. Wednesday night will bring a chill, with a continued chance of showers and temperatures dropping into the 40s.

Thursday will not be much warmer, although forecasters predict wet weather will have moved out of the area. Temperatures will hit 73 degrees, then fall again into the 40s at night.

The Treasure Valley will warm slightly by the weekend: Friday, Saturday and Sunday are all expected to be clear and sunny with temperatures in the high 70s and low 80s.

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