Today we'll see highs in the mid-to-upper 60s with sunny skies. It will still be a bit breezy but not like yesterday. Overall, great weather for the outdoors.
Tomorrow we see the same thing as today except we will see increasing clouds through the afternoon and into your evening due to an approaching system.
Saturday a winter storm moves in that brings widespread valley showers and heavy mountain snow. Snow levels are expected to be about 3500 feet in the Coastal Ranges and 4000-5000 feet in the Sierra/Cascades. The storm is expected to last through Monday, keeping highs in the 50s. Sunday snow levels could drop to 3000 feet across the region. 1-2 feet of snow should fall above 5000 feet before it is all said an done. Up to 2 inches of valley rain are possible but some could see as little as half an inch. The higher totals will be in the North Valley.
Tuesday-Thursday we warm back into the upper-60s then 70s in the Valley as the winter storm slides down the coast and a high pressure system settles back into the aea. Lingering showers in the mountains could be possible on Tuesday & Wednesday morning, dependent upon how quickly the winter storm slides down the coast.