The Northstate can expect more unsettled weather today, with snow levels below 3,000 ft.  

Snow showers continue down to 2,500 ft thanks to the cold pool aloft, associated with the deep trough centered just off to our west.  This same cold pool will help to keep valley highs in the low to possibly mid 50s for highs today.  It will also increase instability and allow for the thunderstorms to develop through the rest of the day.

As the surface low dives to the south this evening it will help to pull any remaining showers south, allowing for clearing after midnight.

Wednesday looks relatively dry but enough leftover instability may help to pop a few showers and isolated thunderstorms.

Another cold front will swing through Thursday into Friday but not nearly as wet as any of the storms we've seen over the last 7 days.

After Friday an amplified ridge of high pressure will build in.  The valley floor will be flirting with the low 80s by next Monday.