An area of low pressure off of the Pacific Coast is continuing to draw moisture out way.
This moisture will be met head on by colder air from Canada.
These combining elements will help to kick off showers and flurries over the next few days.
Areas that do pick up some snow will see very limited accumulation, well under an inch for most.
Temperatures will remain slightly below average do to the cooler air over the state.
We'll begin to see more sun and warmer temperatures return on Friday.
Temperatures are on track to continue climbing through the weekend.
Stronger wind is expected on Sunday and Monday.