Mid-Columbia residents can continue to expect cold but dry weather for the next several days.
Lows in the mid-teens were expected Sunday. Several days of highs in the high 30s or low 40s, and lows near 20 degrees are expected in the Tri-Cities, according to the National Weather Service Pendleton office.
Patches of freezing fog are possible, giving way to sunny skies.
"We're kind of stuck in a pattern here with cold air at the surface and warm air aloft," weather service meteorologist Joe Solomon said.
The area has no threat of precipitation through Thanksgiving Day, he said.
A chance exists for the pattern to change late in the week, if current weather models hold.