Weather 11-23-21


An early morning weather system is moving through the region and is expected to slowly tapper off by mid-morning for most of the Inland Northwest. High pressure will move in this afternoon which should clear our skies and bring warmer temperatures. Northcentral Washington weather today will be mostly cloudy this morning with mostly sunny skies by afternoon with highs in the mid 40’s. High pressure will lead to a quiet overnight and Wednesday weather period as well with mostly cloudy skies for tomorrow and afternoon high temperatures in the low to mid-40’s.

The extended forecast will be impacted by periods of atmospheric river entrenchment across the Pacific Northwest.

Thanksgiving weather will be cloudy with a 50% chance of daytime rain going up to a 70% chance on Thursday night with highs in the mid-40’s.

Precipitation chances will continue on Friday and Saturday as well with morning rain Friday and highs near 50 degrees, cloudy with a 50% chance of rain on Saturday and mild with highs again near 50 degrees.

As the large weather system moves through on Sunday, our chance of precipitation goes down to a 30% with mild high temperatures continuing into the lower 50’s.

Monday will be mostly cloudy, dry and mild with afternoon high temperatures near 50 degrees.