A cold front will bring isolated showers tonight to the coast and Cascades, with only a slight chance elsewhere. Showers will increase Saturday afternoon as a warm front moves through the region with peak activity again at the coast and Cascades. Snow levels Saturday will be close to 4,000 feet in the morning climbing to 6,500 feet by Saturday night and even higher Sunday, up to 7,000 feet. Due to these high snow levels we’ll have little to no travel impacts. Showers will end early Sunday morning with increasing sunshine into the afternoon.
Sunny, dry and warm conditions will be the story into next week with highs climbing 10 to 20 degrees above average for inland areas! That means upper 70s and low 80s for west side valleys and low-70s for the east side! The coast will see marine layer stratus in the overnight and morning hours with afternoon sunshine.
Meteorologist Megan Parry