A chilly start to our weather day but we will warm up with late-morning sunshine but, high clouds will begin filtering in this afternoon. A weak weather system will bring a chance of showers on Saturday. Dry and mild weather will return Sunday, Monday and Tuesday with a weather pattern shift expected by the middle of next week with better chances for rain, occasionally breezy conditions and slightly cooler temperatures.
Northcentral Washington weather today calling for increasing clouds, a light breeze and unseasonably warm temperatures this afternoon with highs in the upper 60’s to lower 70’s.
A short wave weather disturbance over Central British Columbia will drop south toward the forecast area throughout the day today bringing mostly cloudy skies for Saturday with a 30% chance of scattered showers, cooler too, with afternoon highs tomorrow in the Wenatchee Valley in the mid 60’s.
A large area of high pressure will slowly move through the Inland Northwest on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday bringing mostly sunny to sunny skies each day with afternoon high temperatures in the lower 70’s on Sunday, mid 70’s on Monday and lower 70’s on Tuesday.
Wednesday looks like the next active and potentially wet weather day for much of the region as the upper ridge of high pressure passes off to the east allowing in a moist, Pacific weather flow. Expect mostly cloudy skies on Wednesday with a 40% chance of rain showers, high temperatures in the mid to upper 60’s.
After a possible morning sprinkle on Thursday, expect partly cloudy skies with high temperatures in the upper 60’s.