Yesterday’s system has now exited the region, leaving widespread fog this morning from the Coast to the Basin. Gradual clearing through the first half of the day will lead to mostly sunny skies by the afternoon, even for the Coastline.
Come Thursday, another round of fog is anticipated by the morning with clouds hanging around through much of the day as another weak disturbance pushes in from the West. This will bring isolated showers to the region by late afternoon and early evening.
Friday will start off dry, but cloud cover will be on the rise through the course of the day. Friday evening scattered rain and snow showers will develop as snow levels drop to 4,000′ through the overnight hours. Scattered showers will continue through much of Saturday at this point. With a cooler air mass moving in, snow levels are expected to drop even further to 3,000′ by Saturday evening. This will lead to travel impacts late Saturday in the higher passes with snow showers tapering off into the overnight hours.
By Sunday, the wet weather comes to an end and a drier air mass moves into the Northwest.
Meteorologist Alyssa Caroprese