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Originally published Thursday, July 25, 2013 at 6:02 AM

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Washington heat to ease this weekend

More hot weather is forecast through Friday across Washington, but the National Weather Service says temperatures should ease back toward normal this weekend.

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SPOKANE, Wash. —

More hot weather is forecast through Friday across Washington, but the National Weather Service says temperatures should ease back toward normal this weekend.

This has been the 11th-warmest July on record in Spokane where a 10th-straight day of 90-degree weather is expected Friday before a gradual cooling trend. The average temperature so far this month in Spokane is nearly 74 degrees.

The heat means wildfire danger, and there's a red flag warning from Thursday afternoon to Friday night in an area that includes Ellensburg and Yakima. There's a fire weather watch for the area including the Tri-Cities and Walla Walla.

With the cooling trend, forecasters say weekend highs will slide into the 80s in Eastern Washington and 70s in Western Washington.

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