Behind the potent cold front that moved through yesterday with very windy conditions, temperatures this morning are hovering right around freezing. Northcentral Washington weather for today, clearing skies this morning with mostly sunny conditions by this afternoon with highs in the upper 30’s to near 40 degrees.
For Friday, a ridge of high pressure will quickly move east and park itself over the Pacific Northwest as a weak weather system begins to move in from the northwest.
For the Columbia Basin and Wenatchee Valley tomorrow expect patchy morning fog with mostly sunny skies by afternoon and mild temperatures with highs in the upper 30’s to lower 40’s. On Saturday to kick off the weekend, we will see areas of fog with mostly cloudy skies and slightly cooler temperatures with highs mainly in the mid 30’s.
By Saturday night, that weak weather system moves through Northcentral Washington brining a 30% chance of overnight and early morning rain showers into Sunday morning.
After the quick-moving system passes through, we will see sunny skies by Sunday afternoon and unseasonably warm temperatures with high temperatures in the lower to mid-40’s.
Weather forecast on Martin Luther King Day on Monday and right through Wednesday we will experience very quiet weather with partly cloudy skies each day and afternoon high temperatures generally in the lower to mid-40’s.