Weather satellite shows drier air moving into the area this morning on the back side of the exiting upper level trough of low pressure that brought cooler temperatures and windy conditions across Northcentral Washington yesterday.
Weather forecast for today calling for mostly sunny skies, a northwest breeze around 10 mph at time and still cool with afternoon high temperatures only in the lower 80’s.
A weak weather system will slide across British Columbia tonight and behind this system drier air mixes down for Saturday afternoon bringing sunny skies but windy conditions at times out of the northwest 10-20 mph with highs tomorrow in the mid 80’s.
For Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, expect a dry northwesterly flow over the Inland Northwest with daytime temperatures warming a bit above average with highs climbing back into the 80s and low 90s for our warmer spots by Monday. Clear nights and strong radiational cooling will keep Monday morning low temperatures on the cooler side with colder pockets down into the lower 40s.
Wenatchee Valley and Columbia Basin weather on Sunday will be sunny with high temperatures in the upper 80’s to near 90 degrees.
Even warmer on Monday and Tuesday, under sunny skies, afternoon high temperatures will top out in the mid 90’s on Monday and lower 90’s on Tuesday.
We will also see sunny skies on Wednesday and Thursday but slightly cooler afternoon temperatures with highs both days in the mid to upper 80’s