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Much warmer air moves in Monday

High pressure builds off the coast and will move eastward this week, this will allow temperatures to increase back into the 50s and 60s and will keep up mostly dry with breezy winds at times.

Cold tonight, but warming and drying trend moving in very soon

Tonight will bring a few remaining snow showers with very chilly temperatures. Tomorrow clouds will clear out making way for sunshine in the afternoon. A high pressure ridge continues to build off the Pacific coast and will most east into the pacific northwest and the rockies over the next few days, which will bring us a drying and warming trend to the state through the end of this work week.

Cooler with showers sticking around through the weekend

An upper level trough resides over the state bringing in chances of rain and snow around through the weekend, temperatures remain cool in the 40s and 50s. More rain and snow move in Monday night through Tuesday.

Rain/snow mix continues tonight, but a big warm up on Monday

Widespread rain and snow showers with very chilly air continues this evening. Clouds clearing up overnight making way for possible morning fog. Temperatures warm up nicely in the 60s on Monday with sunshine. A cold front moves through Tuesday bringing more chances of precipitation and cooler air once again.

More chances of showers through Monday

A cold front will move through the region this evening, keeping temperatures cooler and allowing more rain chances. Showers still possible on Monday before drying out and seeing mostly sunny skies on Tuesday.

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