More mountain snow showers Saturday
Friday, February 23rd (9:40 pm)
The northerly winds from Friday will drop off overnight and into Saturday morning. This will allow for colder overnight lows for the parts of the valley that saw breezy conditions Friday morning. We could see widespread temperatures in the 20s for the valley though clouds moving in ahead of our next weak system could slow some locations down.
Saturday's system is another moisture starved one but snow levels down to 2,500 ft will be possible.
A stronger and slightly wetter system will move in Sunday afternoon through early Monday morning. The valley could see some showers by late Sunday night with best chances before sunrise Monday. Snow levels could fall below 2,000 ft creating some issues on mountain roads to start the workweek.
Expect drier weather and sunshine Monday afternoon through Wednesday afternoon.
By far the best chances for widespread rain and mountain snow that we have seen in some time, will arrive late Wednesday and into Thursday. Showers will continue to be possible through Friday along with snow below 2,000 ft possible.
Today's Record Temperatures