A moist atmospheric river remains aimed at Washington this morning with a strong westerly flow keeping the bulk the precipitation near the Cascade crest. Northcentral Washington weather today will be partly cloudy by afternoon with highs in the mid-30’s.
Overnight tonight and into Thursday morning, an area of low pressure will push some freezing rain showers our way with a 30% chance, highs again in the mid-30’s tomorrow.
A warm front lifts north on Friday at the same time as an upper level ridge of high pressure moves over the area bringing quiet and warmer weather to the Pacific Northwest. Weather forecast for Friday and this weekend calling for partly cloudy skies Friday and Saturday with afternoon high temperatures in the mid 30’s Friday and upper 30’s Saturday. Sunday will be mostly cloudy as another weak weather system moves in but temperatures will remain mild with highs in the mid to upper 30’s.
A weak wave of moisture makes its way through the ridge on Monday with cloudy skies, a 30% chance of rain/snow with high temperatures in the upper 30’s.
Tuesday will be dry, mostly cloudy and warmer with afternoon highs near 40 degrees.