The upper level ridge which that was over the Inland Northwest yesterday will slightly weaken later today by a weak weather system currently moving into the central British Columbia coast. With high and low pressure very close to each other, our pressure gradient will increase meaning breezy to even windy condition over the next couple of days.
Northcentral Washington weather forecast today will be sunny, breezy and unseasonably warm with afternoon high temperatures near 90 degrees.
On Saturday, the weather system will drop into eastern Washington increasing our winds 15-25 mph and cooling us down slightly with highs tomorrow in the mid 80’s.
Another high-pressure ridge will set up across the Inland Northwest on Sunday with much hotter than normal daytime temperatures developing through next week.
Weather for Father’s Day Sunday calling for sunny skies and warmer, still a bit breezy with winds 5-15 mph, afternoon highs near 90 degrees.
Monday through Thursday the ridge of high pressure intensifies bringing the Columbia Basin and Wenatchee Valley sunny weather each day and unseasonably hot temperatures with afternoon highs in the mid 90’s Monday, upper 90’s on Tuesday and mid 90’s for both Wednesday and Thursday.