Today’s weather will be similar to yesterday around Northcentral Washington as a ridge of high pressure continues to build bringing sunny skies today with light wind, afternoon high temperatures in the mid to upper 80’s.
Mostly sunny skies on tap for Friday as well along with warmer temperatures with highs expected to reach the 90-degree mark in many locations.
Clouds will then increase Friday night ahead of the next weather system and the added cloud cover will make for a mild night with low temperatures dropping into the mid to upper 60’s.
An upper trough will move into Central British Columbia on Saturday sending a weak weather system across the region. Models continue to show the best chances for showers over the northern mountains into the Idaho Panhandle as well as along the Cascade crest. For Saturday, Northcentral Washington weather calling for mostly cloudy skies, a 30% chance of light showers with afternoon high temperatures in the lower 80’s.
The storm system moves east on Father’s Day providing us with mostly sunny skies, a breezy wind at times with highs in the lower 80’s.
Flat high pressure will anchor itself off the Pacific Coast from Monday through Wednesday bringing mostly clear skies and a pretty significant warming trend. We can expect sunny skies each day with afternoon high temperatures on Monday in the mid to upper 80’s and into the lower to mid-90’s on Tuesday and Wednesday.