Skies will remain clear for the first half of the evening, allowing another cold night to surface. After midnight, some places could see a few clouds, but this will not prevent temperatures from dropping. Patchy freezing fog will develop in the Rogue and Mount Shasta Valleys into the morning; keep in mind some bridges and overpasses may be slick.
By early morning another disturbance pushes inland, and will bring rain mainly to the Coast, however it is possible that clouds are able to surpass the Coastal Mountains and move into the Rogue Valley-mainly the West Side and the Illionois Valley. This could very well happen throughout the morning, but if it happens early enough any light showers that do push eastward will be dropping snow with the cooler overnight temperatures. It looks like the best chance for any showers in the Valley is in the morning; if a shower develops in late morning or even early afternoon, it will produce rain.
A high pressure ridge builds in for Friday and we stay dry for the day before another splitting storm system brings more wet weather to the area. Precipitation should be light and showery for most areas but we will keep you updated as the weekend nears! Thanks for logging on!