Big weather changes are coming our way thanks to a pair of cold fronts. The first moved through last night delivering strong west winds to the region which will taper off later today. A much colder arctic cold front will pass through the region tonight dropping temperatures significantly, producing some snow and delivering brisk northeast winds. By Wednesday and Thursday, we will see highs in the teens and 20s with some record low temperatures expected on Thursday. Temperatures will begin to moderate by the weekend.
Northcentral Washington weather today will be cloudy, breezy and still mild with afternoon highs in the low 40’s. Rain/snow is likely tonight with 1-3 inches of new snow possible by morning.
Mostly cloudy and much colder tomorrow, Thursday and Friday. Partly to mostly cloudy skies Wednesday and Thursday with highs in the mid-20’s tomorrow and only in the mid-upper teens on Thursday. Sunny and cold on Friday with highs in the mid-20’s.
Warmer this weekend with mostly sunny skies Saturday, highs in the low-mid 30’s while mostly cloudy skies are expected Sunday with highs in the upper 30’s.
Cloudy with PM snow likely on Monday with afternoon high temperatures in the upper 30’s.
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