Mid and upper-level moisture will continue to stream in from off Pacific today as low-pressure passes inland to our north. Highs will top out around 50 degrees to finish off the week with winds turning southwesterly 5-15 mph during the afternoon. Skies will clear out tonight into the weekend with highs in the lower 50's Saturday, while overnight lows drop into the 20's. The storm rolling inland across the Pacific Northwest this weekend will dig south through the Great Basin Sunday into Monday. This will bring another cool down as highs drop from the mid 40's Sunday to the 30's on Monday. This will be an inside slider type system with just a few showers or flurries possible, nothing significant is expected at this time. A stronger onshore flow will also generate gusty west winds to around 30 mph at times. Overall, expect temperatures to remain near to slightly below normal through next week as our long range forecast stays dry, for now. If you have travel plans into the mountains during the winter months, always be prepared for hazardous driving as weather conditions can change rapidly, and always carry chains!