Overnight tonight we could see a few more showers ahead of a cold front that will bring increasing showers tomorrow. Though this front is going to skirt mainly to our north with most shower activity north of the Umpqua Divide but I came keeping a slight chance for isolated showers on either side of the Cascades but northern California will stay dry as showers stay well to the north. Friday a high pressure ridge will build back into the area which will bring drier conditions into the weekend. Overall this weekend is going to be a beautiful one with a mix of sun and clouds, though mornings will bring chilly temperatures and freezing fog to the valleys.
Next week a few weeks fronts will move through bringing showers to the region beginning late Sunday at the coast and spreading inland Monday. Another chance for showers Wednesday, but for the second half of the week we could see another round of wet and windy weather. Timing of storm amounts are still uncertain due to still be over a week away, but I am more confident that snow levels will be higher than the systems this week bringing mainly rain to the region.
Stay tuned to Newswatch12 for the latest on this next storm chance! Thanks for logging on and have a great evening
Meteorologist Megan Parry