Our next low pressure system has been developing over the Pacific Northwest and is forecast to track in our direction.
Low pressure is expected to track to our north, keeping us on the warmer side of the system.
On Friday rain chances increase from the west by mid-late afternoon. Temperatures will be in the mid-40s Friday afternoon, so expect a cold rain.
Rain continues through late Friday night into very early Saturday morning as a cold front sweeps through.
On the northwestern side of the low pressure system, behind the front, areas north of Highway 24 may see flurries mixed with light rain Saturday morning as temperatures dip near the freezing mark. There will be a very small window where temperatures will be below freezing and enough moisture available for precipitation to fall as snow, so no accumulation is expected.
By Saturday afternoon, expect a frigid day as high temperatures only climb into the mid-upper 30s with gusty winds up to 25 mph. Temperatures Sunday morning will be frigid; dipping into the lower 20s under clear skies.