Wednesday Morning Weather Update: Warmest Day of the Week Today!
Today: Sunny skies and the warmest day of the week as the warmer air-mass we've been talking about sits right on top of the region today. A weak disturbance this afternoon looks to kick up the winds for our Cascade Valleys (Wenatchee, Kittitas) to between 15-25mph, but further east winds expected to stay around 10mph. Enjoy another beautiful day! Spokane High: 88°
Satellite & Radar: A drier, warmer, high pressure air-mass is centered over E. Washington today, making today the warmest day of the week. But over the course of the next couple of days the jet stream is going to start sinking to the south, until it crosses right over the Pacific Northwest. That will bring some cooler temperatures after today, then a cold front expected Friday Night/Saturday morning looks to make for a cooler, breezy weekend with spotty showers.
Tomorrow: A mostly sunny start to the day on Thursday but some clouds moving in during the afternoon will limit our high temperatures. Overall, another pretty nice day for the Inland Northwest! High: 83°
Friday, June 18 2010 5:53 PM EDT2010-06-18 21:53:38 GMT
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