A low pressure offshore will usher rain and snow tonight with the heaviest snow falling in Siskiyou county that will likely impact travel into the morning hours. The low dives south into southern California the next few days with a few light isolated showers possible on Tuesday with the wrap around moisture moving into the region. The west side will see the best chance for showers in the afternoon while the east side will be the place for most shower activity. Drier conditions move in on Wednesday with showers returning on Thursday accompanied by breezy conditions.
Showers Thursday will spread inland during the afternoon hours with a few isolated showers continuing into Friday. The systems for the second half of the week will be lighter and more isolated with most activity hitting at the coast. Temperatures will continue climbing into the weekend and next week with 70s back in the forecast Monday for west side valleys, mid-60s on the east-side and low-60s at the coast.
Meteorologist Megan Parry