You're going to want that jacket on your way out the door this morning, but it doesn't look like most of your will be needing that umbrella. Clear skies have allowed for temperatures to plummet overnight. Valley areas are starting out in the 30's to mid 40's this morning, and mountain areas have dipped into the mid 20's to mid 30's overnight. Some patchy fog was expected for the valley, but modest winds have kept that from developing this morning. Most areas will stay dry today, but there is the potential for scattered showers in higher elevations closest to the Oregon border this afternoon and evening. High temperatures will end up in the high 50's to low 60's in the valley this afternoon, and in the high 40's to low 50's in the mountains. Winds are expected to be light this afternoon.
Dry, mostly sunny, and warmer conditions will return for your Wednesday and Thursday. Overnight low temperatures will stay very chilly over the next couple of mornings. High temperatures will be in the mid 60's for the valley those days, while mountain areas top out in the mid 50's to around 60 degrees. A modest drop in high temperatures and cloudy skies will be ahead for Friday.
Showers are expected to return to the region late Friday night into early Saturday morning. Rain will be ahead for the valley, and snow will be likely in the mountains. Snow levels will have the potential to dip to as low as 2,500 feet by Sunday morning, so areas of the foothills may be impacted by that. Valley areas will be mostly dry by Sunday, while mountain areas continue to be active. Dry and slightly warmer weather then returns for the start of next week.