Low clouds and areas of fog have become quite widespread across the Inland NW over the last 24 hours. We are also seeing areas of drizzle on our radar around Spokane and likely points to the north and east. Low clouds are expected to persist across most communities throughout the day but we should see ceilings rise and temperatures warm a few degrees as southerly winds increase ahead of an approaching cold front. Light precipitation and drizzle will shift into the Wenatchee Valley and most of the Columbia Basin late this afternoon. Northcentral Washington weather today, increasing clouds as the cold front ushers in a band of light to moderate precipitation late today with afternoon highs around 40 degrees. There is a 60% chance of rain after 4:00 p.m. and a 60% chance in our evening hours.
On Wednesday we will dry out with partly cloudy skies and highs in the lower to mid-40’s.
For Thanksgiving on Thursday, a weak ridge of high pressure builds in bringing dry weather conditions and partly cloudy skies through the weekend with afternoon highs through Saturday generally in the mid 40’s.
A weak weather system moves our way Sunday night and Monday with mostly cloudy skies and a 20% chance of rain with highs cooling back into the lower 40’s.