Fruit
        Frost Forecast!

Wenatchee and
Okanogan Districts

Time Issued:  3 PM    

Date:  Saturday, May 28, 2016

Discussion for tonight:  An upper level trough extending from southern British Columbia westward offshore is producing a westerly flow of cooler air with imbedded cloud areas over eastern Washington .  Some clouds along with wind will continue to hold minimum temperatures mostly in the 40s to low 50s tonight.  If extended clearing occurs before morning, lighter wind cold spots could drop to the upper 30s.  

Discussion for Sunday, May 29 through Thursday, June 2:  The cool trough will move on east later Sunday and a warm high pressure ridge will begin building over Washington next week.  There will be less clouds Sunday and Monday nights so light wind cold spots could still drop into the upper 30s with most areas in the 40s and 50s.  As high pressure strengthens and the air continues warming, both day and night temperatures will warm with highs going into the 80s and lows in the 50s by mid week.  A final extended outlook for this season will be issued Tuesday afternoon, May 31.

OKANOGAN DISTRICT

TONIGHT
Weather: 
Partly cloudy
Minimum Temp:   In 40s and low 50s with upper 30s possible if there is extended clearing.
Protection:  Should not be needed.
Ceiling or Inversion: 
Moderate

Weather at Omak:  

Key Station Forecasts:

E. Oroville AWN


Okanogan

Ellisforde AWN

Malott

Ellisforde

Brewster Flat

Loomis Valley
AWN

Brewster AWN


S. Tonasket AWN


Bridgeport

Pogue Flat AWN

Methow

SAF= Slightly above freezing (33 or 34); AF= Above freezing (35 or higher)
 
WENATCHEE DISTRICT

TONIGHT
Weather: 
Partly cloudy to clear.
Minimum Temp:  40s and 50s with upper 30s possible in cold spots.
Protection:  Should not be needed.
Ceiling or Inversion:  Moderate

Weather at Wenatchee:  

Key Station Forecasts:

Wenatchee AWN


E. Wenatchee

 



Farm Service

Leavenworth

Orondo


Cashmere

Brays Landing AWN

Stemilt


Boyd AWN


Malaga


Manson


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SAF= Slightly above freezing (33 or 34); AF= Above freezing (35 or higher)  
*E. Wenatchee located at west side of landfill, bordering lower Banning orchard.


WENATCHEE AND OKANOGAN DISTRICTS --

SUNDAY AND SUNDAY NIGHT
Weather:   Partly cloudy day becoming mostly clear overnight.
Minimum Temp:  40s to low 50s with upper 30s in cold spots.
Protection:
 Should not be needed.

MONDAY AND MONDAY NIGHT
Weather:   Sunny day and clear overnight.
Minimum Temp:  40s and 50s with a few coldest spots in upper 30s.
Protection:  Should not be needed.

TUESDAY AND TUESDAY NIGHT
Weather:  Warmer day and mostly clear overnight.
Minimum Temp:   45 to 55.
Protection:  Not needed.

WEDNESDAY AND WEDNESDAY NIGHT
Weather:  Fair, warm day and clear to partly cloudy overnight.
Minimum Temp:  
50s to low 60s.
Protection:  Not needed.

WEDNESDAY AND WEDNESDAY NIGHT
Weather:  Continued warm.
Minimum Temp:  50s and 60s.
Protection:
 Not needed.

A FINAL 6 to 10 DAY  OUTLOOK WILL BE ISSUED TUESDAY, MAY 31


Thanks also to co-sponsors:
Washington Tree Fruit Association
Northcentral Washington Fieldmans Association
Yakima Pomological Club

Jim Holcomb
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