Weather in the Inland Northwest and Northcentral Washington continues to be under the influence of a low over the Southwest U.S. Cold, dry air will continue to be pulled in around the counter-clockwise circulation of the Low. Northcentral Washington is expected to be spared from any wintery precipitation today with sunny skies, calm wind and afternoon highs still cool, in the lower 30’s.
For the weekend on Saturday, mostly sunny skies to start the day with increasing clouds by afternoon as yet another large area of low pressure off the coast moves our way, highs only in the upper 20’s. There is a 20% chance of morning flurries on Sunday with high temperatures near 30 degrees.
Partly cloudy skies for Monday and Tuesday and slightly warmer each day in to the mid 30’s on Monday and upper 30’s on Tuesday.
More storminess on Wednesday and Thursday as the low pressure system off the Washington Coast sends waves of moisture our way with 30% chance of snow on both Wednesday and Thursday with afternoon high temperatures in the upper 30’s, lows in the upper 20’s.