Cold Temperatures Ahead

A cold and drier weather pattern will set up through this week. Freezing fog will persist for a couple more days with a chance of flurries and light snow for Eastern Washington and the Idaho Panhandle. Much colder temperatures will arrive this weekend with highs in the teens and lows around zero in most locations. There is also a chance of snow Saturday night as a weak weather system moves through.

Northcentral Washington weather forecast today will be partly cloudy and cooler with afternoon high temperatures in the upper 20’s.

Morning fog for tomorrow morning and Thursday, mostly sunny by afternoon with highs both days in the mid-upper 20’s.

Partly cloudy and cooler on Friday as cold arctic air begins to filter down from Canada, highs in the low 20’s.

Cloudy and cold for Saturday with a chance for evening snow, afternoon highs around 20 degrees.

Dry and even colder for Sunday and Monday with mostly cloudy skies each day and afternoon high temperatures in the teens and lows overnight in the single digits.