A cool, wet and active weather pattern will persist over the next few days as an upper level trough settles in over the Pacific Northwest. The center of the low is currently located over Vancouver Island and will continue to migrate southeastward through the day today. As it pushes into the area, multiple disturbances will wrap around the southern edge of the low and bring chances for precipitation today and especially tomorrow.
Northcentral Washington weather for today, increasing clouds with a 20% chance of scattered afternoon showers with high temperatures in the lower to mid-60’s.
By Thursday, the low will dig to the south and hover near the Pacific coast. Weather disturbances will continue to wrap around the low, increasing the potential for light to moderate precipitation and even a stray thunderstorm from east to west overnight tonight and through the day on Thursday. In fact, everywhere in the Inland Northwest has a 50% chance of seeing at least 0.01 inches of precipitation through Thursday night. High temperatures tomorrow will stay cool into the lower 60‘s.
On Friday expect mostly cloudy skies with wrap-around bands of moisture swirling around the low bringing the Columbia Basin and Wenatchee Valley a 20% chance of showers with slightly warmer highs in the upper 60’s.
Mostly sunny skies for Saturday as we see a brief break in the unsettled weather with highs in the lower to mid- 70’s.
Another weak storm system will slide through the area on Sunday with a 20% chance of showers and afternoon high temperatures in the lower 70’s.
High pressure then takes over our weather pattern on Tuesday and Wednesday with mostly sunny skies each day afternoon highs in the mid 70’s.