Not much has changed in the thinking as far as our weather is concerned today and tomorrow. It will be seasonably chilly with our afternoon highs forecast to mostly be in the low-mid 50's today. Tomorrow will be just a tad cooler with highs in the upper 40's to low 50's. Mostly sunny skies will prevail with a few mid and high level clouds drifting across the area at times.
Thursday & Friday.
Our next shot at lowland rain showers and higher mountain snow showers will come Thursday and Friday. A cutoff upper-level storm is forecast to slide just a little too far to the south of us to give us very much precipitation. There will be a few scattered showers out there but overall the brunt of the storms precipitation should stay well to our south.
A few snow showers will break out over the Sacramento and Capitan Mountains tomorrow night into Friday, with the best chances for light accumulations generally remaining above about 8,000'. At this time it does not appear that significant snowfall will occur.
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