Weather in the Wenatchee Valley today is calling for much less wind than we had over the weekend with a northwest breeze today between 10-15 mph with afternoon high temperatures today in the mid to upper 70’s. Dry weather is expected overnight into Tuesday morning as well before all eyes turn to a closed low off the Washington and Oregon coast.
Partly cloudy skies for Tuesday with light winds, Wenatchee Valley high temperatures in the upper 70’s. Weather models show a southwest flow aloft with increasing moisture and instability over the Cascades, Blue Mountains, and Camas Prairie by Tuesday evening.
By Wednesday, weather conditions begin to change because of potentially strong thunderstorms especially on Wednesday afternoon and evening as a deep and moist as the center of the weather system approaches. Expect mostly cloudy skies for Wednesday with a 50% chance of showers and thunderstorms with highs in the mid to upper 70’s. Expect the possibility of heavy rain and possibly small hail in some thunderstorms both Wednesday and Wednesday night.
As the storm system passes directly overhead on Thursday, confidence is reasonably high for a spring-like weather pattern featuring scattered showers and garden-variety thunderstorms. Mostly cloudy skies for Thursday with a 40% chance of showers and thunderstorms, high temperatures in the mid 70’s.
Our weather remains a bit unstable on Friday mostly cloudy skies, a 20% chance for scattered showers and afternoon highs in the mid 70’s
. High pressure builds in just in time for the final weekend of June with mostly sunny skies, light winds with afternoon high temperatures in the upper 70’s to near 80 degrees on Saturday and into the lower 80’s on Sunday.