Nov 8, 2012 11:42 PM by Dave Hovde
A cold-core low pressure system will continue to drop through the region through Friday.
Cloudy skies, breezy conditions with on and off showers are expected. The air is unstable enough that scattered thunderstorms are not out of the question either. Winds will also pick up, NW winds of 15-25 could gust as strong as 30 on Friday. But the end result will likely not be much total rain, less than .30" and the nature of the rain will likely be scattered.
Highs will struggle to reach the upper 50s both Friday and Saturday.
Once the system departs very cold overnight lows will develop Sunday and Monday morning. Mid 30s at the coast and mid to upper 20s inland (frost and freeze advisories are likely for interior valleys).
Snow chances look remote but not impossible. Snow levels will get very low on Saturday morning so limited snow showers in interior mountain areas are possible and can't entirely be ruled out in some valley locations inland.
Warmer for Monday afternoon and Tuesday as winds turn offshore but a larger stronger system is possible for Wednesday with significant (.50") of rain or more. More as it draws closer.
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