A shallow ridge of high pressure will be over the region today leading to a generally pleasant but chilly day. A large area of moisture will inundate the Pacific Northwest on Thursday leading to a good chance for rain right through Saturday.
Northcentral Washington weather today will be mostly cloudy and seasonally cool with afternoon highs in the low 40’s.
Our Thanksgiving morning is expected to start similar to today with clouds before a trough pattern begins to press into the region by mid-morning and bringing an increase in upper level clouds and possible shower activity along the Cascades. The shower activity will slowly spread across the Inland Northwest as a warm front passes by tomorrow afternoon. We can expect clouds with an 80% chance of rain by afternoon tomorrow with high temperatures in the mid-40’s.
As we get to Friday and Saturday expect a 40% chance of mainly scattered showers for Friday and unseasonably warm with afternoon highs in the lower 50’s.
Another weather system moves in on Saturday brining a 70% chance of rain with high temperatures in the mid-40’s.
Just a slight chance for rain on Sunday and much warmer with highs in the low to mid-50’s.
We will dry out for one day on Monday with mostly cloudy skies and highs in near 50 degrees.
By Tuesday, our next late Fall weather system settles in with clouds, an 80% chance of rain and afternoon high temperatures in the mid to upper 40’s.