A wave of low pressure is moving through Monday night with scattered rain showers. It's possible for a few snowflakes to mix in at the highest elevations of the Northern Tier but no accumulation is expected. It will be considerably cooler on Tuesday compared to Monday with highs in the 40s. After another dry day on Wednesday, we're tracking a cold front that will come through Wednesday night with a burst of snow showers and blustery wind. A larger system looms for late Friday into Saturday. This will be a rain maker for us. Depending upon the timing of a trailing cold front on Saturday, there's the risk for feisty thunderstorms. It will be windy on Saturday and Sunday.
Tuesday: Clearing clouds, cooler. High 48.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, night snow showers. High 53.
Thursday: Clearing clouds. High 45.
Friday: Mostly cloudy, chance for showers late. High 45.
Saturday: Cloudy, mild, scattered showers, windy, chance PM storms. High 68.
Sunday: Clearing clouds, windy morning. High 50.
Monday: Mostly sunny. High 60.