Cloudy skies with patchy fog in our Northcentral Washington weather forecast for today with afternoon high temperatures on the cool side in the mid 40’s.
A weather system will bring rain and high elevation snow to the Pacific Northwest on Friday morning as a fairly strong storm system moves across the area. There is a 60% chance for rain in the morning with cloudy skies by afternoon with high temperature near 50 degrees.
The chance for light rain will persist through the weekend and into early next week as a series of weaker weather systems move down through the state from British Columbia.
Increasing clouds on Saturday with a 30% chance of late-night showers with high temperatures near 50. There is also a 30% chance of light showers on Sunday as well with afternoon high temperatures warming into the lower and mid 50’s. Just a 20% chance of isolated showers on Monday with highs in the upper 40’s to around 50 degrees.
Drier weather for Tuesday and Wednesday with partly cloudy skies on Tuesday with highs in the lower 50’s. Lots of sunshine on Wednesday with high temperatures still above normal into the upper 40’s. Snow levels are expected to remain above the majority of our mountain passes through early next week. Cooler temperatures and drier weather will likely return by the middle and end of next week.