More spring showers lined up for this week

Active Spring Weather Pattern

After a brief break in the stormy weather on Monday, we're seeing another active spring pattern take shape in the Pacific for this week. Evidence of the active pattern is visible outside this morning with cloudy conditions across the region. The first in a series of cold fronts will work its way into the area this afternoon into the evening hours, pulling up mild and moist subtropical air from the southwest. The system will weaken as it moves into the area and significant moisture isn't expected with our front this evening. However, a stronger and more significant front is expected Wednesday night into Thursday.

Thursday's cold front is expected to take temperatures down into the upper 40's and low 50's for daytime highs, temperatures will likely be cold enough Thursday morning to see some snow showers in the valley, accumulations aren't expected. The cold front will bring a chance of thunderstorms as it moves through early in the day with additional thunderstorms possible again in the afternoon.

Warmer and drier weather is expected for Friday and Saturday with temperatures warming back into the low 60's over the weekend. Dry weather doesn't stay for long, computer models suggest that more storms a lining up for early next week. Stay up to speed with the latest on the forecast by clicking here.

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