Much colder temperatures are expected for the next couple days as Arctic air pours into our area from Canada. Afternoon high temperatures today through Friday will be in the teens and 20s with some record cold temperatures expected on Thursday. Meanwhile low temperatures will plummet into the single digits with sub-zero wind chills expected in some locations. Temperatures will begin to moderate by the weekend as the next potential for lowland snow approaches the region on Monday.
Northcentral Washington weather forecast today will be cloudy and much colder with afternoon highs in the mid-upper 20’s. Mostly cloudy and breezy tomorrow, cold wind chills, with highs around 20 degrees. Sunny and still unseasonably cold on Friday with high temperatures in the low 20’s.
Mostly sunny and warmer Saturday and especially on Sunday with highs Saturday in the low 30’s and into the upper 30’s on Sunday.
A storm system off the coast will bring a 50% chance of snow on Monday with highs in the mid-upper 30’s.
Partly cloudy and quiet weather for Tuesday with afternoon highs in the upper 30’s.
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