Ample sunshine to start our Monday has quickly turned to mostly cloudy skies as high clouds have poured overhead through the day. These clouds are all associated with an upper level low that will be arriving from our west late tomorrow. The clouds will thicken and lower overnight and help keep lows on the mild side.
Outside of an isolated shower that develops during the daylight hours, most of the day on Tuesday will be dry before a cold front drops through late Tuesday into Wednesday. Rain will arrive in earnest in the evening hours and be with us through Wednesday morning. Rain will exit from north to south as cold air pours in and keeps temperatures in the mid 40s at best for Wednesday. As the cold air pours in, there is a chance early Wednesday morning that a flurry could mix in north of Highway 16, but this likelihood is slim and we will be too warm for any accumulations.
Wednesday and Thursday will be the coldest we have been in a few weeks as highs stay in the 40s and lows will drop into the 20s for Thursday and Friday morning thanks to high pressure parked right on top of us. As this area of high pressure slides to our east, Friday will start our warm up back into the 50s and 60s for the weekend. Outside of stray to isolated showers, the weekend will be dry. Our next cold front looks to arrive late Sunday into Monday and bring showers and perhaps a storm with it.
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