Wenatchee, WA – The weather turns unsettled for the rest of the work week. The first frontal system moved through today with a band of light rain or snow. A second, stronger and wetter frontal system arrives tomorrow night into Thursday with a rain/snow mix in the valleys with snow in the mountains. A cooler and potentially snowy pattern is possible for the weekend.
Clouds, Rain & Snow for Wenatchee Week
Today – we got up to 40 in the Wenatchee Valley today
Tonight – fog and rain/snow after 5am – Low 31
Tomorrow – Snow in the morning turning to rain – 37
Tomorrow Night – Cloudy and Rain Likely – Low 33
Thursday – Rain ending late morning, mostly cloudy – 42
Thursday Night – 20% chance or rain – Low 30
Friday – Cloudy with a slight chance of rain – 40
Watch For Snow Possible Over The Weekend
Saturday and Sunday – The rains could turn to snow Friday night and into Saturday morning, 30 for the low Friday night, 39 for the high Saturday. Snow is likely Saturday night and into Sunday morning.
Snow In the Mountains Will Mean Slippery Pass Conditions
The mountains will get snow, about 2-to-3 inches tomorrow. It will snow through tomorrow night and into Thursday in the higher elevations, so be prepared if you’re doing any pass travel. The passes have been pretty good with only a traction advisory on Blewett Pass. Stevens had snow and slush, Snoqualmie was bare with standing water…but those will change in the next couple days.