Very cold temperatures will be in place through the rest of the week as Arctic air continues to funnel down from Canada. Light to moderate snow will continue today and into Wednesday morning with another surge of very cold air arriving Wednesday into Thursday. More snow will arrive Friday and Saturday as temperatures begin to moderate by late in the weekend and early next week with a chance for rain mixed with snow On Christmas Day with all rain expected on Monday.
Northcentral Washington weather today will be mostly cloudy and cold as snow showers end this morning, highs in the mid-teens. Wednesday and Thursday will be even colder with highs on our first day of Winter tomorrow in the upper single digits with mid- single digits expected on Thursday. Overnight low temperatures Thursday morning will be around -10 with possible wind chills between -25 to -30 degrees below zero.
A warmer Pacific storm system arrives late Thursday night and Friday with snow likely and highs in the mid-teens.
For Christmas Eve, expect snow showers and warmer temperatures with highs in the mid-20’s. On Christmas Day, we will see mostly cloudy skies with a 30% chance of a rain/snow mix and warmer with afternoon high temperatures in the mid-30’s.
Rain likely and warmer on Monday with afternoon highs in the upper 30’s.
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