A flat ridge of high pressure has found its way to the northwest and will provide relatively dry and mild weather for the next 36 hours. A subtropical moisture axis remains draped over the ridge and we occasionally get reports of light rain, but this activity has been very light. North central Washington weather today will be partly cloudy and warmer with afternoon high temperatures in the mid 70s.
Pleasant for most of Thursday with mostly cloudy skies and mild temperatures in the mid-70s. A trough of low pressure approaches the coast Thursday evening bringing showers and possible thunderstorms to some areas .
The northwest interior enters a cooler and wetter weather pattern on Friday as a trough settles in the region. Weather forecast for Friday, Saturday and Sunday calling for mostly cloudy skies, windy Friday with chance of showers Friday and Saturday, highs in the mid to high 60s.
A wave of stronger moisture moves in Sunday, bringing cloudy skies with likely rain and afternoon highs in the mid-60s.
The trough moves east on Memorial Day Monday as a ridge of high pressure forms, bringing partly cloudy skies and warmer temperatures with highs in the 70s. Fair weather Tuesday with mostly sunny skies and high temperatures in the mid-70s.