Low pressure moving inland to our north will push a weakening cold front through our area this morning with a few light rain or snow showers possible. Showers will taper off later this morning for a cool and breezy finish to our week under partly cloudy skies. Highs in the mid 40's along with west to southwest winds 5-15mph. A cool and moist onshore flow will keep clouds around over the weekend with below-normal temperatures as highs remain in the 40's with lows in the 20's. Our next storm will approach later Saturday with clouds and winds once again increasing. Showers are expected late Saturday night or Sunday as the snow level remains near 7,000 feet. Precipitation amounts also look light with just a dusting of snow possible. Still, light rain or snow could make for areas of black ice on the roads so travel with caution and carry those chains. At this time, expect a drier offshore flow to develop next week suppressing temperatures and keeping storms north of the area for now. There is some potential for another system dropping further south in our direction later in the week. When traveling into the mountains during the winter months, always be prepared for rapidly changing weather conditions and carry tire chains.