We'll remain on the southern fringe of an active jet directing another powerful storm inland to our north, with just a few showers locally through tomorrow; another weak system could bring us some showers late Wednesday, with a much colder storm forecast to drop in on us over the weekend. Mostly cloudy skies tonight with scattered rain or snow showers developing, light westerly winds as temperatures cool into the 30's; snow level generally above 7,000 feet. A chance of showers will stay with us through Monday; I wouldn't be surprised to see a little rain/snow mix, mainly overnight, otherwise not expecting any significant precipitation with highs in the mid 40's for Washington's Birthday. Partly cloudy skies will prevail through midweek, with an increase in clouds once again late Wednesday from another weak system brushing our area; we could squeeze out a few more showers Wednesday night or early Thursday, otherwise fair through the end of the week. Over the weekend, forecast models dig a very cold low pressure system southward through the area, resulting in much colder temperatures and a return of some wintry weather; still a little early for snowfall totals, but it could be a system of moderate intensity; will fine tune the forecast in the coming days so be sure to check back often for updates.
When traveling to the mountains, always be prepared for rapidly changing weather and carry tire chains!