Our weather pattern today marks the return of low clouds and even scattered snow flurries around Northcentral Washington this morning. A very weak weather impulse associated with a larger area of low pressure off the coast brought us the white stuff. That larger storm system will move inland from the Northwest on Friday morning bringing with it increased cloudiness and a chance for scattered showers.
By Saturday afternoon the low pressure area amplifies. The weekend will start off drier and cool under a northerly flow aloft and then by Sunday morning through Tuesday, precipitation begins to develop in the form of a rain/ snow mix in Northcentral Washington as a second storm system moves through the state.
Not a lot of rain or snow accumulations are expected. Our afternoon high temperatures will also warm up on Monday with highs around 40 degrees.