The day will start off with the last bit of dry conditions in the region before an active winter weather pattern begins late this afternoon. The first weather system approaches the coast bringing early afternoon snow to the Cascades into the early evening. Northcentral Washington weather for today look for cloudy skies, a 60% chance of rain mixed with snow by afternoon and cool, with afternoon high temperatures in the upper 30’s. By tonight, the chance of all snow goes up to 70% with lows around the freezing mark. Overnight snow accumulations in the lowlands and valleys are looking light, likely less than 1-2″. Precipitation in the Basin will remain light rain.
A low-pressure system makes its way into the Pacific northwest on Friday. With this system expect wet, wintery precipitation and blustery winds to parts of the Inland Northwest. Columbia Basin and Wenatchee Valley weather forecast tomorrow will be cloudy, windy and wet with a 70% chance of rain, west wind 10-20 mph and high temperatures in the lower 40’s.
Warm and windy weather as we kick of our weekend on Saturday with a 30% chance of scattered showers and afternoon highs in the mid to upper 40’s.
The weather pattern remains quite active and unsettled Sunday and Monday with mostly cloudy skies each day, a 60% chance of rain and high temperatures in the mid to upper 40’s.
Chances for precipitation will decrease to 20% on both Tuesday and Wednesday with warmer temperatures as well with afternoon highs climbing above normal to near 50 degrees.