E. Wash./N. Idaho - Saturday will be a shade on the cloudy side, but these aren't quite rain-making clouds yet, so people hanging outside should stay dry.
Things will be fairly quiet and a few doses of sunshine will pop out from time to time Saturday afternoon. We can expect a high in the low to mid 60's and a fairly gentle breeze through this evening.
Tonight rain will fall in the area. As the weather destabilizes winds will start to kick up, keeping the air moving, and keeping overnight lows from falling much below the low 40's.
For Mothers Day make sure mom has an umbrella. Morning showers are expected to continue until mid-day and another round could hit us in the afternoon.
On Monday another wave could haul in some morning rain but nothing major. A big warm up will take over on Tuesday. This big supply of dry warm air will continue to build through the week until and peak next Friday, when we could be in for the mid 80's.