It’s a broken record with unstable, cold, wet and cloudy weather expected to prevail through next weekend. Fans of the sun and warm spring weather have little to cheer with this forecast, although the sunset is getting later every day.

Weather Summary
Today. Showers is likely and 54 degrees , 8:03 sunset.
Tonight. Showers is likely and 38 degrees , 5:39 sunrise.
Monday. Chance of Showers and 50 degrees , 8:04 sunset.
Monday Night. Slight Chance of Showers then Chance of Rain/Snow and 35 degrees , 5:38 sunrise.
Tuesday. Chance of Rain/Snow then Chance of Showers and 56 degrees , 8:05 sunset.
Tuesday Night. Slight Chance of Showers and 38 degrees , 5:37 sunrise.
Wednesday. Partly Sunny and 60 degrees , 8:06 sunset.
Wednesday Night. Mostly Cloudy and 41 degrees , 5:36 sunrise.
Thursday. Scattered Showers and 63 degrees , 37 max dew point, 8:07 sunset.
Thursday Night. Mostly Cloudy and 46 degrees , 5:35 sunrise.
Friday. Scattered Showers and 63 degrees , 41 max dew point, 8:08 sunset.
Friday Night. Scattered Showers and 46 degrees , 5:33 sunrise.
Saturday. Scattered Showers and 62 degrees , 44 max dew point, 8:09 sunset.

May 7, 2017 Weather Forecast

This interactive graph shows the hourly weather forecast for the next seven days. The bars represent the temperature, the pink line reprsents the dew point and the white line represents the dewpoint. Red dots are climate normals for the day. Orange dots are record temperatures. Green dots are last year's temperatures.

Yellow bars represent generally sunny conditions. The more gray the bar is, the more clouds expected. Blue bars represent a greater then 50% chance of rain. Purple bars represent a greater then 50% chance of snow. Orange bars represent a greater then 50% chance of thunderstorms. Red bars represent warm and muggy weather, under generally clear skies.

Map: Woods Lake

Map: Woods Lake

A 68-acre lake below Little Cathead Mountain, Woods Lake in the Silver Lake Wilderness area offers primitive camping along a scenic lake. The trail back there is not marked, however it starts near a gravel pull off, roughly 1 mile east of the private Lapland Lake Recreation Center, that shares part of the lake front.