Another weak cold front will move in tonight. This cold front however, will tap into enough moisture to bring some light rain to the mountains, mainly west and north.
Highs will still manage to make it into the mid to upper 60s today, despite the extra cloud cover. Clouds will continue to break up Thursday morning as the cold front dissolves and pushes east of the Northstate.
A ridge of high pressure will re-amplify Thursday and into Friday afternoon. The ridge will peak out warming valley high into the Mid 70s by Friday.
Our next cold front will slide through Saturday night and into Sunday morning. This may have enough moisture attached to bring rain down to the valley floor.
The best chance for valley rain and mountain snow over the next 7 days will occur Tuesday morning through Tuesday night. We'll continue to track this potential wet storm over the next 6 days.