A series of storm systems moving onshore will keep our weather pattern active for the next several days.
Today: As a warm front approaches the region, clouds will move back in and showers should make their way onshore by mid-afternoon. Areas of patchy fog are possible to start the day then skies will be otherwise partly to mostly cloudy. Expect high temperatures mainly in the 30's and 40's and winds from the south and east. Along the coast, sustained winds will be 15-25 with gusts up to 35 mph.
Tonight: Scattered showers push onshore Tuesday night with more widespread rain occurring along the coast. This will be mainly a rain event and snow levels start out around 7,500 feet. Expect otherwise mostly cloudy skies and areas of fog, especially through the valleys west of the Cascades. Overnight lows dip into the 30's and 40's.
Tomorrow: We'll see a few leftover showers on Wednesday, mainly during the morning. Areas of fog will be possible, also. Even as the showers wind down throughout the afternoon, skies should remain mostly cloudy.