Weather models are tracking the next storm system moving down from the coast of British Columbia bringing snow to Western Washington this morning spreading eastward throughout the day. In the Wenatchee Valley, cloudy skies this morning with a 70% chance of snow developing by afternoon with little accumulation expected and afternoon highs in the upper 20’s.
By Saturday, a few lingering snow showers will stick around as the low slowly sags to the southeast. We have a 60% chance of snow Saturday and Saturday night with once again little accumulation expected, highs near 30 degrees.
To end our weekend on Sunday, cloudy skies are expected with a 50% chance of scattered snow showers and afternoon high temperatures around 30.
Monday through Thursday of next week, continued positioning of a narrow ridge of high pressure off the coast will keep a cold northerly flow over Central and Eastern Washington through next week with below normal temperatures are expected to remain. We will also see a 20-30% chance of snow showers next week with periods of sunbreaks, afternoon high temperatures will be in the upper 20’s to lower 30’s with overnight lows in the mid to upper teens.