Clear skies and drying conditions will lead to another cold night across the region with a Frost Advisory in effect for the coast and a Freeze Warning for west side valleys for lows dipping to the upper-20s and low-30s by Wednesday morning. Tomorrow a warm front will pass through bringing a chance for light isolated showers in the morning, mainly at the coast and Cascades. This system will be out of the region in time for trick-or-treating though it will be quite chilly.
Saturday a large cold front moves in bringing rain, snow, gutsy winds and another drop in temperatures. Most rain will fall along and west of the Cascades with more spotty showers on the east side and in northern California. Showers will be continue into Sunday but will be more isolated. A brief break in the showers for most areas on Monday with another chance on Tuesday. Winds will pick up late Friday into Saturday for the typically windy spots: the coast, ridges and east side. Stay tuned to Newswatch12 for the latest on this weekend’s storm.
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