An upper level weather system off the northern British Columbia coast will slowly drop south through Saturday night. The low remains far enough to the north through Saturday for dry weather, before a chance of rain and mountain snow arrives Saturday night mainly along the Cascade crest as the trough reaches southern British Columbia and Vancouver Island. With the upper jet remaining north of the Canadian border through Saturday, the Inland Northwest will remain on the warm side of the jet with above normal temperatures.
Northcentral Washington weather for today calling for mostly sunny skies, a northwest breeze 5-10 mph with afternoon highs in the mid to upper 60’s.
Expect a few more clouds for Saturday with afternoon high temperatures generally in the mid-60’s.
A weak weather system slides through the area on Easter Sunday bringing partly cloudy skies, a northwest wind 5-15 mph and cooler with highs in the upper 50’s.
Back to the beautiful Spring weather on Monday and Tuesday with sunny skies and warmer temperatures with highs each day in the lower 60’s.
An area of low pressure currently off the northern British Columbia coast will make its way into the Pacific Northwest by Wednesday night and into Thursday bringing with it a chance for rain showers. Weather for the Columbia Basin and Wenatchee Valley on Wednesday calling for increasing clouds with afternoon high temperatures in the lower 60’s. There is a 20% chance for overnight rain showers going up to a 30% chance during the day on Thursday with highs in the upper 50’s. Thursday could be breezy as well with gusts as high as 30 mph.