Clouds will continue to move in ahead of our weakening cold front today.  This cold front will still be strong enough to bring isolated showers down to the valley floor.

A weak disturbance has its eyes on the Northstate Thursday and Friday giving us a chance for isolated showers with snow levels between 4000 and 5000 feet.  Any rain and mountain snow we do see will be very light and won’t amount to much at all.

After this cold front an amplified ridge of high pressure will build in.  High near the mid to upper 70s by Sunday and closer to 80 Monday through Wednesday.