An unsettled weather pattern brings us continuing showers and mountain snow into as late as Tuesday.
Low-pressure trough moves inland this evening, and we can expect about 1/10 an inch of rain in the valleys into tomorrow and about a half-inch Sunday, with up to 3/4 inch in the higher elevations.
A cold front behind the trough pushes inland, so there's also a slight chance of thunderstorms Sunday afternoon, more likely in the North Valley - The main threats are small hail, brief heavy downpours, and gusty winds if storms develop.
Total snow amounts will be between 3 to 5 inches over the Sierra and Cascade range with higher amounts over peaks.
Snow levels are forecast to be from 4000-5500 feet, so watch out for slick roads if you're heading out.
By early next week, a trough tracking through the Pacific will bring a chance of showers to the northern mountains and valleys through Tuesday morning.
Elsewhere, conditions will remain dry, and highs are forecast to gradually warm up early next week and will rise to slightly above normal by Tuesday; as much as 15 degrees above average!
Look for high temperatures to reach the upper 70s to low 80s across the valley, while mountain locations will be in the low 50s to upper 60s