Clouds increasing overnight and a stormy Wednesday in the forecast – Kris

The last of a few isolated thunderstorms have come to an end this evening, but they will be back!  After a quiet night with increasing clouds, expect a stormy Wednesday afternoon and evening. Thunderstorms producing lightning, gusty winds and flooding rains are possible through Thursday.  A Flash Flood Watch has been issued for the northeast mountains of Washington, North Idaho and the Central Panhandle for these slow-moving storms. Temperatures, meanwhile, will stay above average despite the clouds and showers.  Expect highs in the mid to upper 80s.

Wednesday Planner    Flood Watch

Dry and breezy conditions return on Friday before an impressive cool-down for the weekend.  Expect highs in the upper 70s on Saturday and Sunday. Another warming trend will take us back into the lower 90s by early next week.

4 Things To Know    Planning Forecast