A gigantic area of high pressure in the Pacific is controlling our weather funneling cold air and weak storm systems down from the northwest bringing a chance for snow showers and continued below-normal temperatures. For Northcentral Washington today, expect partly to mostly cloudy skies with a 30% chance of scattered snow showers with highs in the lower 30’s.
Mostly sunny skies on Thursday as one weather system leaves the region and another moves in from the northwest, afternoon high temperatures in the lower to mid-30’s.
The Wenatchee Valley will see mostly cloudy skies on Friday with a 60% chance of snow during the day and on Friday night with only around an inch of accumulation expected with highs around 30 degrees.
The slow moving weather system will also bring us a 40% chance of snow on Saturday with high temperatures in the lower 30’s. To end the weekend on Sunday, we will see mostly cloudy skies, a 30% chance of scattered snow showers and afternoon highs around 30 degrees.
To start the workweek on Monday, weak high pressure will bring mostly sunny skies and colder air funneling down from Canada with highs both Monday and Tuesday in the upper 20’s and overnight lows in the mid to upper teens.