A cold front passed through today bringing showers and breezy to gusty winds. Isolated showers will continue tomorrow mainly in the morning, with snow showers above 4,000 feet. Siskiyou Summit as well as the other Cascade passes could receive light snow accumulations by tomorrow morning and visibility may be low at times. Behind this front temperatures will be quite cold compared to this past week, unseasonably cool in fact with mid-40s and upper-30s on the east side for highs and mid-50s on the west side. Overnight temperatures will be even colder with west side areas dipping below freezing in the coldest spots and a Freeze Watch has already been issued by the National Weather Service.
Drier Monday night through the workweek with another round of rain arriving this weekend. Stay tuned to Newswatch12 for the latest.
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