Our weather picture will change very little with a continued southwest flow between a trof of low pressure off the coast against an inland area of high pressure. Northcentral Washington can expect some clouds drifting overhead at times as some disturbances will pass through this flow but generally we will see dry weather today with highs in the mid 80’s.
Friday through at least mid-week next week, an upper level ridge of high pressure over the Four-Corners region of the desert southwest will be the dominant weather feature across the Western U.S. with a large area of low pressure over the eastern Pacific. The Inland Northwest including the Wenatchee Valley will reside under a warm, stable southwest flow aloft for much of this time frame. Under mostly sunny skies, high temperatures on both Friday and Saturday will climb into the upper 80’s with some Columbia Basin locations reaching 90 degrees. We will see a bit of a cool-down on Sunday as a weak cold front slides through Northcentral Washington with mostly sunny skies afternoon highs Sunday will top off in the lower to mid-80’s. Under mostly sunny skies, high temperatures on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday will be in the mid-80’s with overnight lows in the lower 60’s.