After a chilly day Saturday, expect some minor warming Sunday, with better recovery in temperatures early this week; another round of showers is possible by later in the week. Expect a cold night with clearing skies and light winds as lows dive into the teens, with a few cooler locations hitting the single digits. Temps struggled to get out of the 20's Saturday, we should make it back up above freezing on Sunday with highs in the upper 30's to around 40-degrees; winds will remain relatively light and variable. Fair and a bit warmer early in the weak under weak ridging, which should take afternoon highs into the 40's, possibly up around 50 by Tuesday and Wednesday, while overnight lows generally cool to the teens; locally breezy during the afternoons. Another trough deepens along the west coast Wednesday and is currently forecast to move inland to our north, driving a weak cold front through the area late Wednesday-Thursday time frame. Still a little early for exact details on timing and intensity, but it could be similar to our recent little system, though maybe not quite as cold with just some more snow showers; stay tuned!
If travel plans bring you into the mountains during the winter months, always check ahead for local conditions here, be prepared for rapidly changing weather conditions and carry tire chains!