A very active weather pattern is back and it all begins with tonight's weak cold front. By Sunday, and our 4th cold front, we could be looking at snow! More on that "s-word" later in this article.
Clouds are starting to spread across our sky but that doesn't stop the warmth. Temperatures will end up in the mid 60s.
Isolated showers move in after 5 p.m. and continue up till around midnight. This 30% chance for rain means that many locations won't see rain this evening.
Wednesday will be gorgeous again with a high of 66 and a partly cloudy sky.
The next cold front comes in Thursday, bringing a likely rain chance. The best chance for rain will be in the afternoon and evening hours. The high ends up at 65.
A 3rd, weak cold front moves through on Friday ushering in more cold air. Friday's high drops to 52. A slight rain chance cannot be rule out that afternoon with the minor front.
The 4th system comes in Sunday and this is the one that could produce a wintry mix if not some legitimate snow showers. It's still too early to say it's 100% going to happen, but know that we are monitoring it closely - we want to see three straight days of weather models before we can confidently say it's coming.
Partly cloudy to mostly cloudy
Isolated evening showers