(COLIN HAFFNER/Chewelah Independent)
Goldilocks would be happy with the weather forecast…
Grab your favorite shirt, shorts, and sandals and slather on the sunscreen this weekend if you’re planning to spend your days at Chataqua. Oh, and you can leave the raingear at home.
According to the extended forecast on Weather.com, all four days of Chataqua will be in the low 80s with sun and a few clouds throughout. The prognosis for the weekend is ‘fun in the sun.’
Here’s a quick look at the forecasted weather.
Thursday promises a partly cloudy outlook with winds coming from the SSW at five to ten mph. The high is expected to be 83 and a low of 56 is predicted. The UV index will hit eight on a sclae to ten. Humidity will be moderate, about 43%, but there is a 0% prediction for precipitation.
Friday will again be partly cloudy, and winds will once again give off a slight breeze, coming from the south at five to ten mph. Highs will be in the 80s, topping off around 86 and a low will come in at 57. The UV index will top out at seven on the scale. Humidity will be much the same as Thursday, and no precipitation is forecasted.
Saturday will be the scorcher of the weekend with temperatures hitting 89 as a high and the low for the day coming in at 59. Winds continue to remain steady at five to ten mph, coming in from the SSE, and the skies remain partly cloudy. The UV index climbs back to eight on the day, while humidity drops down to 36%. Once again, no precipitation is in the forecast.
Sunday wraps up the festival with another gorgeous day. Highs drop just a little, topping out at 85 and lows coming in at 56. Wind remains the same at five to ten mph from the SSW. Things will remain partly cloudy, though the UV index will hit eight once again. Humidity will be around 38%, and surprise, surprise! No precipitation is in the forecast.
Weather patterns for all four days fall fairly close to the normal temperatures for this time of year, coming within a few degress above and below the normal temperatures. Saturday will be a bit cooler than this time last year when the highs reached into the 90s.