Saturday, March 26, 2016
After a cool start to the day Sunday, temperatures will warm for tomorrow and Monday with partly to mostly sunny skies. The next storm dropping south along the West coast on Sunday will bring clouds and breezy southwest winds to the area by later Monday.
Tuesday will be a transition day as the storm approaches with rain showers in the valleys and snow showers on the hill starting as soon as the morning. Snow levels will fall to the valley bottoms when the cold front passes, currently timed for Tuesday evening but subject to change as we get closer to the event. Significant snows are forecast for Tuesday night and Wednesday before a short break is currently forecast for Thursday morning.
Another wave passing over the area from the north will bring a surge of cold air from the Canadian Plains and a final round of snows to end the work week.