We actually saw a little sunshine today! However, a weak front will bring more clouds and cooler more seasonal temperatures for Friday and through the weekend. A few snow showers will develop above 3,500 feet over the foothills of the Cascades and over the passes, but little in the way of accumulation is expected on Diamond Lake or Lake of the Woods. An inch or two is likely at Crater Lake, but only a few sprinkles will dribble into the Rogue Valley and the Pacific Coastline. Over the weekend and early next week, locally dense fog will develop in the valleys, as high pressure becomes the dominant weather feature.