Wednesday looks seasonable and pleasant with highs in the 50s under a mix of sun and clouds. A few snow showers still linger in the mountains though, with highs in the 40s north.
Next up, we are tracking another wintry system in the Midwest that moves in tomorrow into Friday bringing more snow and rain. We are tracking rain south and snow north much of tomorrow with rain changing to snow south at night.
Highs tomorrow will be in the 30s and 40s, cooling to near freezing at night. Snowfall accumulation of a few inches in the higher elevations is likely overnight Thursday.
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Friday features lingering moisture and a few more April showers. Wet snow weather departs Friday night and this weekend is looking beautiful.
Saturday and Sunday will produce plentiful sunshine and highs into the mid to upper 50s by Sunday.
Next week looks good with high pressure and warmer weather much of the week. A sea breeze may keep temperatures into the 50s, but 60s will starting popping up for those away from the coastline.