Public weather briefingScattered showers move in for the overnight associated with a cold front that will pass through around 3:00am or 4:00am Tuesday morning. A couple tenths of an inch of rain can be expected, with rain coming to an end around the time the polls open Tuesday morning. The winds shift to a more northerly component following the passing of the front, ushering in cooler, drier air. Winds could gust as high as 20 to 30 mph, with sustained winds around 10mph. A few breaks in the clouds can be expected during the afternoon hours. Attention turns to a developing area of low pressure currently located just off the coast of British Columbia. This system will dive southeastward Wednesday night into Thursday, bringing a chance for snow showers Thursday morning as the system passes to our east. Highs Thursday will be noticeably cooler, reaching only the mid forty's with brisk northwesterly winds approaching 20mph sustained. A relatively dry cold front moves in Friday night into Saturday,
accompanied by well below normal temperatures, with highs in the 30's both Saturday and Sunday.
Tonight. Showers, low 49. Winds out of the south shifting to the west, 10 to 15 mph. Total precipitation 0.20 inches.
Tuesday. Decreasing clouds. High 54. Winds northwest at 10 to 15 mph.
Tuesday night. Mostly Clear. Low 35. West winds at 5 to 10 mph.
Wednesday. Increasing clouds. PM rain showers. High 56. Southerly winds around 10 mph.
Thursday. Morning wintery mix. Cloudy skies, high around 45. Gusty winds out of the north at 15 to 25 mph.
Outlook for Friday through Sunday. Cool temperatures Friday with highs in the mid 40's. Chance of precipitation Friday night with a better chance as we head into Monday. Unseasonably cold Saturday and Sunday, highs in the 30's. [CONFIDENCE: MEDIUM]