Temperatures are expected to remain in the upper 30s and low 40s on Thursday following the passage of yesterdays cold front.
Overall Thursday is shaping up to be a very mellow weather day.
The skies are expected to clear briefly before becoming cloudy once again this evening.
Temperatures tonight are on track to cool to the teens for most.
Still colder air will continue to filter in on Friday allowing for daytime highs to remain in the low 30s.
The near freezing temperatures and lingering atmospheric moisture will allow for a few spotty flurries throughout the day.
Little to now accumulation is likely throughout the lower elevations.
The colder and more seasonably average temperatures are expected to stick with us through the weekend.
Saturday will offer up partly sunny skies with highs in the low to mid 30s.
The wind is expected to pick up a bit on Sunday with gusts around 25 mph.
The stronger wind will help to bump the temperatures to the upper 30s.
Forecast models are suggesting that a cold front will drop into the state Saturday evening.
This in combination with Pacific Moisture will once again open the door to a few flurries.
Lingering flurries remain a possibility on Monday but at this point overall accumulations appear to be minimal.
Temperatures appear to trend just above average through the middle of next week.