The arrival of a slow-moving front today will bring wet snow to the Cascades and lowland rain to the remainder of the Inland Northwest. This is the beginning of a very wet and mild weather pattern expected right into the middle of next week. Temperatures on Friday and Saturday will be mild with many areas climbing into the 40s. Temperatures will slowly cool closer to average next week with periods of light precipitation.
Northcentral Washington weather forecast today calling for rain likely with afternoon high temperatures in the mid-upper 30’s. Morning rain showers tomorrow with cloudy skies by afternoon, highs near 40.
Saturday will be mild as well with cloudy skies, PM rain and afternoon highs near 40 degrees. Cloudy with scattered showers Sunday, highs in the upper 30’s.
Morning rain on Martin Luther King Day on Monday with mostly cloudy skies by afternoon, highs in the mid-upper 30’s. Cloudy both Tuesday and Wednesday with Pm snow likely Tuesday with a rain/snow mix Wednesday, highs both days in the mid-30’s.
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