Saturday, March 19, 2016
After a clear night and another cold morning, dry weather and much warmer temperatures will last through Monday, though there may be some clouds late Sunday and Monday.
Another Pacific storm forecast to cross the Northwest Sunday will affect our weather by Tuesday as it moves across the Great Basin. Clouds will overspread the area during the day and southwest winds will become breezy. There may be rain showers in the valleys by Tuesday afternoon and snow showers higher on the hill as waves of energy begin to be ejected from the storm.
The cold front is currently forecast to cross the area Tuesday night bringing wintry weather with possibly significant snow accumulations by Wednesday morning.