A fairly quiet and benign weather pattern will remain for the rest of the week. Overall cloudy conditions with a passing light shower possible with temps running slightly above average with highs in the 40's almost mild for January standards. Some of the colder valley locations like Ellensburg and the east slopes of the Cascades might see a slight chance for light freezing rain during the overnight hours.
Rain will be the headline on the west side and the cascades, before a cooler, yet drier pattern will set up across the Pacific Northwest by the weekend, which will bring an end to the deluge or rain for our friends on the west side.
Closer to home here in eastern Washington high pressure strengthens for the weekend which may allow for some patchy fog to develop, overall a fairly quiet weather pattern will remain.
Today's Record Temperatures