We can expect dry and partly sunny weather for our Thursday across Northcentral Washington with afternoon high temperatures in the lower 60’s.
Then beginning tonight, a series of storm systems move through our area with periodic rain lasting through early next week. Tonight expect cloudy skies with a 60% chance of rain developing around midnight, lows in the lower 40’s.
Friday looks to be our wettest day as a large area of low pressure in the pacific ejects waves of moisture our way throughout the day. We will see a 70% chance of rain tomorrow and a 50% chance of rain Friday night with high temperatures in the upper 50’s.
Mostly cloudy skies for most of the day on Saturday with a 60% chance of showers late in the day, highs in the upper 50’s. The large weather system slides north on Sunday allowing a weaker low pressure system to develop just off the Washington coast bringing a 50% chance of rain Sunday and Sunday night with afternoon high temperatures near 60.
On average, snow levels will remain above 4000 feet throughout the weekend. Flooding is not expected to be a problem, except for localized issues on small streams and in poor drainage areas. By Sunday night, the Wenatchee Valley could see around .40” of moisture.
Monday through Wednesday, we will stay with mostly cloudy skies and a slight chance of showers each day with afternoon high temperatures in the upper 50’s to lower 60’s and overnight low temperatures in the upper 30’s.