SPOKANE, Wash. — We woke up to much warmer temperatures this morning. Thanks to a little cloud cover, most locations stayed above freezing overnight. A sign of weather to come in the next few days.
Our dirty ridge of high pressure continues to hold across the region. That means we will see a little cloud cover, but plenty of sunshine and warmer temperatures in the coming days.
There is an Air Stagnation Advisory is place for the Eastern Cascades, Northern Washington, and most of North Idaho through Friday. In our current pattern this means the melting snow and stable air mass will keep the moisture trapped in valleys— leading to morning fog.
The pattern comes to an end Friday as a weak front sweeps the region. That doesn't offer any widespread precipitation, maybe a few isolated sprinkles in North Idaho is about it.
-KREM 2 Meteorologist Jeremy LaGoo