It was another sunny and warm one out there today for the Wenatchee Valley and most of Washington State.
Wenatchee weather almanac
Let’s check our weather almanac for the Wenatchee Valley today.
High Temperature – 90 Normal High – 80
Low Temperature – 57 Normal Low- 42
Record High – 104 in 1992
Record Low – 42 in 1983
Precipitation – 0.00, 0.16 for the month & 2.66 for year
Sunrise – 5:05am Sunset – 9:02pm
Thursday forecast highs for region
High Temperatures expected Wednesday in our region…
Moses Lake – 91
Ephrata – 91
Quincy – 90
Ellensburg – 90
Wenatchee – 93
Cashmere – 91
Leavenworth – 89
Lake Wenatchee – 76
Entiat – 92
Chelan – 92
Omak – 91
Surface loop shows showers by Sunday
As we look at the surface loop, the showers and thunderstorms are mostly to the northeast and across the Idaho Panhandle. We’ll see moisture coming our way finally Sunday and Monday, but will be dry for the most part.
The warm temperatures are expected to linger in our region through Friday and then we’ll finish out the month of June much cooler. In fact, probably cooler than the normal highs. As far as the cloud cover, we’ll be mostly cloud-free through the rest of the week with a good system moving in by Sunday and Monday. The clouds will linger through the middle of next week as well.
Patriot Plumbing 7-Day Forecast
So here’s your Patriot Plumbing Heating and Cooling forecast for the Wenatchee Valley over the next 7-days…
Tonight – Mostly clear with winds northerly 5-to-8, gusting to 20 and a low of 61.
Thursday – Mostly sunny with not much wind, a high of 93.
Thursday night – Partly cloudy with a low of 64.
Friday – Sunny and warmer with a high of 96
Saturday – Cooling down, even though it’s still sunny, a high of 86.
Sunday – Clouds and morning showers or thundershowers with a few sun breaks in the afternoon, a high of 76.
Monday and Tuesday – Expect showers and sunbreaks with highs in the low 80’s. Overnight lows will be in the 60’s for the next few nights and 50’s Saturday through the first part of next week.