There is a large low-pressure system in the Gulf of Alaska will start to increase southerly winds and bring us more clouds Wednesday and some showers on Thursday. The problem is that the best dynamics for rain stay to the north and the cold front looks weak on arrival.
Locations further north have the best chance of totals up to .20" however many inland and south will not see much if any rain.
Friday thru the weekend looks dry with seasonal temps. One model indicates a rain chance Monday but other models do not concur. Right now I am going to keep it out of the forecast with temps near or slightly above normal for most of next week.