WENATCHEE — North Central Washington will get its warmest day of the year Monday, but slightly cooler temperatures with possible showers are forecast for the rest of the week.
High temperatures could hit 90 degrees Monday afternoon in warmer parts of the region. A mild cold front is expected to move in late tonight, dropping temperatures to the low 80s Tuesday and the rest of the week, according to the National Weather Service forecast. The front will also bring a slight chance of showers — about 20 percent — Tuesday and again Thursday and Friday. Leavenworth and areas along the east slopes of the Cascades have a better chance of getting rain.