A weather disturbance will bring snow showers to parts of the Inland Northwest today, tonight and into the weekend with light accumulations. Partly cloudy skies by afternoon in the Wenatchee Valley and warmer temperatures with highs today into the mid-30’s.
Our weekend weather looks fairly quiet with mostly to partly cloudy skies expected each day with afternoon high temperatures in the lower 30’s.
By President’s Day on Monday, another arctic blast of cold air will drop down from Canada. We will see mostly sunny skies on Monday with highs in the mid-20’s and overnight low temperatures around 10 degrees.
More of the same on Tuesday with partly cloudy skies high temperatures will stay in the mid-20’s. A weak weather system moves in on Tuesday night and Wednesday with mostly cloudy skies, a 30% chance of snow and highs in the upper 20’s.
Quieter weather for Thursday with partly cloudy skies and high temperatures staying below normal into the upper 20’s.