For Northcentral Washington today, the main weather story will be the breezy winds and dry, sunny weather. Winds will be out of the west 10-20 mph with gusts as high as 30 mph with high temperatures in the lower 70’s.
The next low will swing toward the Pacific Northwest coastline on Friday afternoon ushering in a moisture laden frontal band into our area by Friday night. This will bring an abundance of cloud cover into the region Friday morning with a mix of scattered sprinkles and brief light showers. Under mostly cloudy skies tomorrow, high temperatures will once again be in the lower 70’s.
Weather models are in decent agreement that the low will sling impulses of shortwave energy into the region, each bringing a chance for showers. Saturday weather will be mostly cloudy and warmer with a 40% chance of rain by late afternoon and evening with highs in the upper 70’s.
The Inland Northwest will continue to see opportunities for precipitation Sunday through Tuesday, including possible thunderstorms for some, with above normal temperatures.
Weather forecast calling for mostly cloudy skies each day with a 30-40% chance of shower or t-storms with afternoon highs on Sunday in the upper 70’s to near 80 degrees, Mid-80’s on Monday and around 80 degrees for Tuesday.
By Wednesday a ridge of high pressure builds in brining us dry, sunny weather with highs in the lower 80’s.