Meteorologist Regina Miller
Today a cold front is moving through. Ahead of it we will have a mild southwesterly breeze with temperatures in the mid 50s. We'll have occasional rain & some ridgetop fog as well.
Tonight will be windy and getting colder. Rain showers will end as snow showers with little to no accumulation.
For tomorrow, there could be a few leftover snow showers or flurries, mainly early. Early high temperatures will be in the upper 30s to the low 40s. Clouds early may break occasionally in the areas to the southeast.
Wednesday we will have clouds and sun with temperatures in the upper 30s to near 40. High pressure sets up for the late week to provide us with plenty of sunshine. Temperatures on Thursday will get into the low 40s. By Friday we will reach the mid 40s.
Next Saturday we may start with some sun, but clouds may start to filter in by the afternoon. Our next chance at some rain comes by late Saturday into Sunday as a front moves through. Behind it, we will have colder weather and perhaps some rain or snow showers early Sunday.