Sunny skies continue across eastern Washington and Oregon through the end of this week weather

this week:

Warm and sunny the rest of the week and most weekends. Highs will be in the mid to upper 80s with lows in the mid 50s. Friday will be closer to 90 degrees with Saturday and Sunday holding in the low 90s.

Sunday will start out sunny and end with a few clouds and some breezy conditions as the trough moves in from the Gulf of Alaska. This low will increase our chance of rain showers at lower elevations, but they will only be few during Monday morning. Better chance of seeing showers in the Cascades and just sprinkling across the lower elevations. Temperatures will be much cooler early next week, as a front associated with the bottom will drop highs into the upper 70s by Tuesday and lows in the 40s. Expect temperatures to remain in the mid-70s during the last few days of summer before reaching moderation late Friday night. More clouds will move in over the weekend after a short day of sunshine on Wednesday.

Thursday:

Top heights for jumper: 73-76/45-48

Hebner to Walla Walla/Dayton: 81-84/54-57

The Tri-Cities and the Central Columbia Basin: 83-86/54-57

Between the Columbia Basin and Yakima Valley (Benton City to Toppenish): 82-85/52-55

Yakima: 81-84/52-55

Kittitas Valley and lower eastern slopes of Cascades 81-84/51-54

US 97 to Columbia River Gorge: 82-85/51-54

Waterfalls and mountain passes: 71-74/47-50

Friday:

Top heights for blues: 78-81/48-51

Hebner to Walla Walla/Dayton: 86-89/57-60

The Tri-Cities and Central Columbia Basin: 86-89/60-63

Between the Columbia Basin and Yakima Valley (Benton City to Toppenish): 85-88/58-61

Yakima: 84-87/57-60

Kittitas Valley and lower eastern slopes of Cascades 85-88/57-60

US 97 to Columbia River Gorge: 85-88/52-55

Waterfalls and mountain passes: 71-74/48-51

Saturday:

Upper heights for blues: 79-82/50-53

Hebner to Walla Walla/Dayton: 85-88/57-60

The Tri-Cities and the Central Columbia Basin: 89-92/60-63

Between the Columbia Basin and Yakima Valley (Benton City to Toppenish): 87-90/58-61

Yakima: 87-90/57-60

Kittitas Valley and lower eastern slopes of Cascades 85-88/57-60

US 97 to Columbia River Gorge: 88-92/50-53

Waterfalls and mountain passes: 71-74/47-50

Sunday:

Upper heights for blues: 79-82/50-53

Hebner to Walla Walla/Dayton: 85-88/57-60

The Tri-Cities and the Central Columbia Basin: 89-92/60-63

Between the Columbia Basin and Yakima Valley (Benton City to Toppenish): 87-90/58-61

Yakima: 87-90/57-60

Kittitas Valley and lower eastern slopes of Cascades 85-88/57-60

US 97 to Columbia River Gorge: 88-92/50-53

Waterfalls and mountain passes: 71-74/47-50

Monday:

Sweatshirt top heights: 71-74/38-41

Hebner to Walla Walla/Dayton: 77-80/47-50

The Tri-Cities and Central Columbia Basin: 80-83/50-53

Between the Columbia Basin and Yakima Valley (Benton City to Toppenish): 78-81/48-51

Yakima: 78-81/48-51

Kittitas Valley and lower eastern slopes of the falls: 76-79/46-49

US 97 to Columbia River Gorge: 75-78/45-48

Waterfalls and mountain passes: 58-61/35-38

Tuesday:

Top heights for blues: 68-72/37-40

Hebner to Walla Walla/Dayton: 73-76/45-48

The Tri-Cities and Central Columbia Basin: 76-79/46-49

Between the Columbia Basin and Yakima Valley (Benton City to Toppenish): 74-77/44-47

Yakima: 74-77/44-47

Kittitas Valley and lower eastern slopes of the falls: 72-75/44-47

US 97 to Columbia River Gorge: 73-76/43-46

Waterfalls and mountain passes: 55-58/32-35

Wednesday:

Top heights for blues: 68-72/37-40

Hebner to Walla Walla/Dayton: 73-76/45-48

The Tri-Cities and Central Columbia Basin: 76-79/46-49

Between the Columbia Basin and Yakima Valley (Benton City to Toppenish): 74-77/44-47

Yakima: 74-77/44-47

Kittitas Valley and lower eastern slopes of the falls: 72-75/44-47

US 97 to Columbia River Gorge: 73-76/43-46

Waterfalls and mountain passes: 55-58/32-35

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