After unseasonably mild and breezy weather conditions today, a frontal system late Friday and Saturday will bring a mix of rain and snow to the valleys with locally heavy snow accumulations in the mountains. Blustery northeast winds will usher an Arctic air mass into the region late Saturday and Sunday. Temperatures next week will be well below average through the middle of next week with highs in the teens and low 20s and morning lows in the teens and single digits.
Northcentral Washington weather forecast today will be mostly sunny, breezy and much warmer with afternoon high temperatures in the mid-40’s.
As an arctic air mass moves into the state on Saturday, we will see a 40% chance of snow and much cooler with highs around 30.
Quiet and unseasonably cold Monday-Wednesday with a mix of sun and clouds, high temperatures around 20 with overnight lows in the low teens.
Our temperatures begin to moderate on Thursday and into next weekend with highs around 30.
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