High pressure off the coast of British Columbia will dominate our weather pattern through the remainder of the week and into the upcoming weekend. Sunny skies in our Tuesday forecast with west winds 5-10 mph high temperatures later today into the lower 60’s.
Warmer temperatures are headed our way by Wednesday with afternoon highs in the upper 60’s.
On Wednesday night and into Thursday, a Canadian low-pressure system begins to move east leaving a persistent and generally dry northwest weather flow. Winds will pick up Wednesday night 10-15 mph out of the west and continue into Thursday. Mostly sunny skies are expected each day with highs in the upper 60’s.
Friday and Saturday look mainly dry with more warming as the Pacific high pressure intensifies. Expect mostly sunny skies with afternoon high temperatures into the lower 70’s on Friday and all the way up to the upper 70’s by Saturday.
No weather change for Sunday or Monday either with mostly sunny to sunny skies with afternoon high temperatures in the mid to upper 70’s and overnight lows in the upper 40’s. Normal high temperature for this time of year in the Wenatchee Valley is 66 degrees.