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The latest extended forecast from The Weather Channel

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Lo54° Isolated Showers


Hi65° Chance Rain

Wednesday Night

Lo55° Slight Chance Rain then Mostly Cloudy


Hi75° Partly Sunny

Thursday Night

Lo55° Mostly Cloudy


Hi77° Partly Sunny

Friday Night

Lo55° Slight Chance Rain


Hi73° Chance Rain

Saturday Night

Lo54° Chance Rain


Hi69° Slight Chance Showers

Marathons held Saturday

LEAVENWORTH — Dominic Smargiassi won Saturday’s full marathon at the Leavenworth Oktoberfest event with a net time of 2:39.58.

It’s time to get outside and run

From mid-September to mid-October, a perfect weather window in Central Washington opens when warm afternoons are straddled by cool mornings and evenings.

Records set in rainy Lake Chelan Marathon

MANSON — It was a day of firsts at Saturday’s rainy Lake Chelan Shore to Shore Marathon, Half-Marathon and 10K, with a new record set in the men’s marathon and a new turnout mark established for the event.

Details make difference for Thunder cars

EAST WENATCHEE — Ryker Agnew, 19, of Rock Island has a lock on second place overall in the Thunder Cars class at Wenatchee Valley’s Super Oval despite his third-place finish Saturday behind Kevin Bull in first and Glenn Knutson.

Local athletes make runs at Ironman Canada titles

WHISTLER, British Columbia — Two Wenatchee residents finished in the top-three of their respective age groups in the Ironman Canada 2013, which was held Sunday in Whistler, British Columbia.

Rain forces postponement of LLWS game

SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. — The Little League World Series game between Northwest champion Sammamish, Wash., and New England champion Westport, Conn., has been rescheduled for today at noon.

Washington LLWS team plays tonight on ESPN2

SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. — Rob Chandler, originally from East Wenatchee, will lead his Sammamish-based Little League team into an elimination game against the New England team from Westport, Conn.

Washington wins LLWS elimination game

SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. — Manager Rob Chandler, of East Wenatchee, decided a quick change of strategy was in order after watching the first six Sammamish, Wash., batters strike out — five of them looking.