The rain to our north is expected to eventually push back to the south on Saturday but will take its time.  In fact, most of the day on Saturday will be dry with the rain eventually arriving closer to the late afternoon to evening hours.  Snow levels will drop to around 5000 feet behind the front but most of the precipitation will have passed by then.  It will also be on the windy side with gusts from the south at over 30 mph in the valley. 



Sunday and Monday look dry under partly cloudy skies before the next colder storm arrives on Tuesday. This will give us another shot at some rain with snow levels around 4000 feet.  The next chance for rain after that will be Wednesday night into Thursday morning with snow levels possibly down to around 3000 feet.