Current Outlook
7/22/2016 Pleasant on Saturday Morning; Major Heat Wave Possible Later Next Week
“Saturday morning is going to be refreshingly cool, but the pleasant temperatures will not last long. A steady warming trend should begin on Saturday, and by early next week, highs are likely to be in the 90s and low 100s east of the Cascades...”
read more...

Recent Outlooks
7/15/2016 A Chance of Showers on Monday Morning; Seasonally Warm Through the Period
“As we enter the (climatologically) hottest time of the year from now through early August, predictably warm weather is expected for the next seven days, along with fairly dry conditions. The most interesting feature is a disturbance that should pass through Washington on Sunday night and Monday, and may trigger some clouds and breezes, a few showers, and even a slight chance of isolated thunderstorms...”
read-more...

7/8/2016 Unsettled This Weekend; Becoming Warmer Later Next Week
“As a low pressure area moves across the state, there will be a chance of showers this weekend, except only a slight chance in central Washington. Conditions over the next few days should be periodically breezy and temperatures are likely to be delightful and fairly moderate. ..”
read-more...

7/1/2016 Hot on Saturday; Pleasant Early Next Week
“As we prepare to commemorate our nation's independence, the weather will be as you may expect around July 4th: warm and mainly dry. However, stifling heat is thankfully not in the cards. Hot temperatures on Saturday should give way to warm but more pleasant conditions by Monday, as a very weak system passes through the region. ..”
read-more...

2016 Outlooks-Archive
2015 Outlooks-Archive
2014 Outlooks-Archive
2013 Outlooks Archive
2012 Outlooks Archive
2011 Outlooks Archive



Washington State University