A weakening cold front will continue to march west to east today, bringing pockets of heavier rainfall to the Northstate.
Snow levels remain higher with this system but I do expect some cooling as the day progresses. So what starts out as 6000ft snow levels could end lower than 5000ft.
As this front exits east, we will then begin to wait on our next trough out of the Gulf of Alaska.
Thursday, clouds remain with slightly warmer highs. Friday look for more sunshine ahead of the incoming trough.
With this weekend's system, we're not expect a huge precipitation shield, rather just scattered showery activity.
By Sunday as the cold core tracks overhead we could also be potentially tracking thunderstorms, depending on how much diurnal heating we receive.