The cold front that moved through most of the region last night bringing anywhere from a hundredth of an inch of rain to portions of central Washington to a tenth to three tenths for eastern Washington is currently moving eastward this morning, and as it does, it will weaken and break apart. Sunny skies in our Friday Northcentral Washington weather forecast with afternoon highs in the mid to upper 60’s.
Weather for the weekend will be great with partly cloudy skies Saturday and highs around 70 degrees and then mostly sunny skies Sunday and warmer with afternoon high temperatures in the mid-70’s.
A deep upper level area of low pressure will dig offshore late Sunday into Monday with high pressure over the central U.S. This weather system will deliver a southwesterly flow bringing us partly cloudy skies on both Monday and Tuesday with mild high temperatures into the lower 70’s.
A shift in the weather pattern will occur late Tuesday into Wednesday as the deep low off the coast begins to move onshore. Weather models are still in disagreement on the timing and the position of the system as it moves through.
Northcentral Washington can expect increased cloud cover and cooler temperatures on both Wednesday and Thursday with afternoon high temperatures in the mid 60’s.