Very cold temperatures remain today as bitter arctic air continues to funnel in from the north/northeast. Temperatures will begin to moderate by late in the week and into the weekend with additional chances for snow overnight tonight, Friday and into Saturday then mix of snow, freezing rain, and rain going into next week. Holiday travelers are urged to closely monitor forecasts across the region with potential for significant impacts in and out of the Inland Northwest this weekend.
Northcentral Washington weather today will be mostly cloudy and very cold with afternoon high temperatures only around 2 degrees.
Cloudy with snow likely overnight and through Friday with 1-3” possible, highs tomorrow in the mid-teens. Cloudy with snow on Christmas Eve as well, warmer, with afternoon highs in the low 20’s.
For Christmas Day, we will see cloudy skies with evening rain/snow developing, highs in the low 30’s.
Warm and wet Monday-Wednesday with a mix of rain/snow on Monday and Tuesday, afternoon highs in the mid-upper 30’s. Mostly cloudy and mild with a 50% chance of rain on Wednesday, high temperatures near 40.
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