Monday Night: Tonight we are looking at mostly cloudy skies as a weak and dry cold front will bring a few clouds but no chance of rain. Tonight's lows will be in the mid 40s to mid 30s with breezy winds out of the Northwest as the dry front rolls through.
Work Weekend: The Ridge of high pressure that has given us several days of sunny and warm weather push Southeast and in turn help on shore flow bring cool air to the I-5 corridor. This plus a weak cold front will work together to keep highs in the mid 50s to mid 60s all week long. After several days of temperatures close to 80 you will definitely feel the difference. We are also tracking several weak impulses that will bring a small chance of showers almost every day but at this point it looks like little measurable rain.
Weekend: We are tracking a much stronger cold front and storm system set to roll into the region for the weekend bring measurable rain to the area and dropping the freezing line to around 3,000 Feet. This will most likely mean more snow in the passes. Mostly sunny skies will dominate through the weekend.