High pressure will dominate our Northcentral Washington weather pattern today and right through this weekend. High clouds will top over the ridge keeping our temperatures down a bit this afternoon with highs today near 50 degrees.
Dry and stable weather is in the forecast for Friday as well with sunny skies, calm wind conditions and afternoon highs in the lower to mid-50’s. As we get to the weekend on Saturday and Sunday, a weak weather disturbance will bring in a few more clouds, especially on Saturday with afternoon high temperatures Saturday in the upper 50’s and mid to upper 50’s for Sunday.
On Monday and Tuesday, weather models are indicating a dry and much cooler weather pattern with a potential shot at precipitation going into Tuesday. Mostly cloudy skies in our Veterans Day forecast and much cooler with afternoon highs in the upper 40’s. There is a 20-30% chance of rain mixed with snow on Tuesday as well. Snow levels will start near the surface Tuesday morning but gradually rise above valley level by Tuesday afternoon. Again precipitation amounts look light so accumulations will be slight Tuesday morning melting by mid-day. Any morning flakes could still make roads a bit slick in the morning if the weather trend pans out.
Wednesday looks dry at this point with high pressure potentially building back in.