That fast moving storm that dusted some mountain areas is already on the way out this afternoon.
Dry weather follows into early next week with some breezy north to east wind late today into Wednesday.
Snow amounts so far today were about an inch at best, so impacts to travel are minimal.
Clouds out there and a cooler airmass behind the system mean cooler daytime highs today, so we're down to a little below normal.
The low pressure center's onthe way to the Great Basin this afternoon so by tomorrow morning any snow will wrap up over the Sierra.
Expect those breezy north winds to stick around through late today and Wednesday, but we're not at advisory levels.
Late Thursday a weak trough of low pressure pushes through but we're expecting just clouds and with them, slightly cooler then normal temperatures.
But, by Friday high rpessure builds back in and we start a nice warming trend going through the coming weekend with daytime highs jumping to above normal.
Starting the next work week, plan on daytime highs in the valley to reach over 70 degrees.
One week out, we see a chance of rain moving back into the area.
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