The warm front is by and the cold front will move through this evening and should be east of us around midnight. Colder air and showers will follow during the day tomorrow. Snow lines will drop into the Coast Range and foothills of the Cascades. They will be close to 2500' by the end of the day.
Friday will be even colder and snow lines will drop to near 1000' by Friday night. The amount of moisture will decrease though by late in the day so no accumulation is expected at the lower elevations.
Over the weekend we dry out even more but stay much colder than normal for this time of year.
Thursday: Occasional showers, 45/50.
Friday: Scattered showers, 40/45.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy, 41/46.