Today will be dry but a bit breezy in the afternoon high in the 40s.
Tonight there is a cold front approaching that may give us a quick shower or even a snow squall.
Tomorrow seasonably cool with highs in the low 40s
Warming trend Tuesday and Wednesday with highs in the 50s.
Unsettled after Thursday, computer analysis have been flip flopping so it is best to say there are chances or either rain or snow from Thursday night into the weekend.
Could be a lot worse, Fairbanks Alaska had there coldest reading since 2006 this morning 51 degrees below zero after a balmy high yesterday of minus 42, wonder how that would feel!!!!