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This Afternoon

Hi35° Slight Chance Rain/Snow and Patchy Fog

Tonight

Lo28° Slight Chance Rain/Snow and Patchy Fog then Patchy Fog

Monday

Hi34° Areas Fog then Mostly Sunny

Monday Night

Lo25° Partly Cloudy

Tuesday

Hi28° Mostly Sunny

Tuesday Night

Lo17° Patchy Freezing Fog

Wednesday

Hi28° Patchy Freezing Fog

Wednesday Night

Lo21° Mostly Cloudy

Thursday

Hi27° Mostly Cloudy

Thursday Night

Lo24° Mostly Cloudy

Waterville High School chemistry students participating in Solve for Tomorrow contest. Left to right, teacher Kris Daratha,  Seth Sampson, Lexi Deishl, Ethan Peterson, Haylee Newcomb, Rochelle Laney, Jesus Ruiz, Evelyn Negrete, Basilisa Jimenez, Miles Mittelstaedt, Yicel De La Cruz, Jacob Stibal, Jesus Capi, Lauren Wiederspohn, Ben Covarubias, Justine Clements

Waterville High School chemistry students participating in Solve for Tomorrow contest. Left to right, teacher Kris Daratha,  Seth Sampson, Lexi Deishl, Ethan Peterson, Haylee Newcomb, Rochelle Laney, Jesus Ruiz, Evelyn Negrete, Basilisa Jimenez, Miles Mittelstaedt, Yicel De La Cruz, Jacob Stibal, Jesus Capi, Lauren Wiederspohn, Ben Covarubias, Justine Clements

Apollo Club Director Ron Bermingham

Apollo Club Director Ron Bermingham

Al Gebhardt

Al Gebhardt

Lia Plews, 9, Wenatchee, paints a ceramic bowl Saturday at Pybus Public Market. The Empty Bowls fund-raising event, organized by the Chelan-Douglas Community Action Council, supports ending hunger in the Wenatchee Valley. About 150 bowls were decorated Saturday toward a goal of 500 this year. For more bowl painting activities, including one planned for Feb. 5 at Wenatchee Valley College, go on to the council's website at www.cdcac.org.

Lia Plews, 9, Wenatchee, paints a ceramic bowl Saturday at Pybus Public Market. The Empty Bowls fund-raising event, organized by the Chelan-Douglas Community Action Council, supports ending hunger in the Wenatchee Valley. About 150 bowls were decorated Saturday toward a goal of 500 this year. For more bowl painting activities, including one planned for Feb. 5 at Wenatchee Valley College, go on to the council's website at www.cdcac.org.