Significant snow will continue to impact travel across the mountain passes today and tonight while mild temperatures will be the norm for most valley locations today. Big changes are coming with a return to Winter as a pair of cold fronts move through the state through Friday. The first will move through the region overnight which will deliver strong west winds to much of the area with a chance for rain showers. A much colder arctic cold front will pass through the region late Tuesday and Tuesday night dropping temperatures significantly on Wednesday, producing some snow and delivering brisk northeast winds. By Wednesday and Thursday, we will see highs in the teens and 20s with some record cold temperatures expected on Thursday. High pressure builds in on Saturday and Sunday with sunny skies and much warmer temperatures with highs in the mid-30’s Saturday, upper 30’s to near 40 on Sunday.
Northcentral Washington weather today will be mostly cloudy and windy with afternoon highs around 50. Breezy and cooler for Tuesday with a 30% chance of rain/snow, highs in the low 40’s.
Much colder weather expected Wednesday-Friday with partly cloudy skies each day and afternoon highs in the mid 20’s Wednesday, near 20 on Thursday and back in the mid-20’s on Friday.
Sunny and warmer weather expected for the weekend with highs Saturday in the mid-30’s and near 40 degrees on Sunday.
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