A double shot of high pressure, one over Wyoming the other in the Eastern Pacific, will dominate our weather for the next 6 days. Northcentral Washington can expect mostly sunny to sunny days, light wind and unseasonably warm temperatures for time of year.
Today, the Wenatchee Valley can expect sunny skies, a northwest wind 5-15 mph and afternoon high temperatures warming into the lower to mid-80’s.
Wednesday’s weather will be almost a carbon copy of today with sunny skies, a west wind 5-15 mph and afternoon high temperatures in the mid-80’s.
Mostly sunny skies for Thursday as high pressure all around us begins to intensify forcing afternoon temperatures into the mid and upper 80’s. Friday and Saturday will be our warmest days of the forecast with sunny skies, light wind and high temperatures in the upper 80’s to near 90 degrees both days.
A gradual cool-down begins on Sunday but not much cooler with sunny skies and afternoon highs in the mid 80’s. By next Monday, we will see mostly sunny skies with afternoon high temperatures still above normal in the lower 80’s with overnight low temperatures in the mid 50’s.