The upper level weather pattern over the Inland Northwest evolves from a dry westerly flow into a southwesterly flow today as an area of low-pressure drops over British Columbia. For Wednesday, expect sunny skies, light winds and afternoon high temperatures in the lower 90’s.
More of the same weather for Thursday with sunny skies and highs in the lower to mid-90’s.
By Thursday night and into Friday, an upper level low-pressure system over British Columbia will be the main weather producer but all it really means for the Wenatchee Valley is slightly cooler temperatures and breezy conditions.
So, for Friday expect mostly sunny skies, west wind 10-15 mph with afternoon high temperatures in the mid to upper 80’s. Saturday through next Wednesday, the extended weather period once again features the stubborn four corner`s high pressure as it builds over the desert southwest Saturday and Sunday, effectively pushing the upper low north.
A westerly weather flow Saturday and Sunday should result in hot and dry conditions both days with sunny skies and weekend high temperatures in the lower to mid- 90’s.
More of the same on Monday and Tuesday with mainly sunny skies, light winds and afternoon high temperatures in the mid 90’s with overnight low temperatures in the mid 60’s.