A quiet and warmer weather pattern will develop this week, with mainly dry conditions for the lower elevations with only a slight chance for light snow in the higher terrain of the Cascades. However, low clouds and fog are likely to impact the lowlands much of the week. A weak weather system late Friday and into Saturday is expected to bring a chance of snow. Temperatures by Sunday and early next week will be 10 to 20 degrees below average as arctic air moves south from Canada.
Northcentral Washington weather forecast for today will be mostly cloudy with seasonal temperatures, highs in the mid-30’s.
Wednesday through Friday will feature partly to mostly cloudy skies and unseasonably mild with afternoon high temperatures in the upper 30’s-lower 40’s.
A trough of low pressure will bring a chance for rain/snow on Saturday with afternoon highs in the low 30’s.
Major temperatures changes are expected by Sunday and Monday with sunny skies both days and afternoon highs only in the low 20’s, overnight lows in the single digits.