A small disturbance moves through our area today and tonight, bringing cloudy skies and the possibility of scattered snow flurries, with no real accumulation expected. Expect temperatures to stay cold, with highs in the upper teens around 10,000', and SW to W winds gusting up to 60mph in the morning and decreasing into the 40s in the afternoon.
For tomorrow (Sunday), expect mostly cloudy skies with light snow showers possible in the afternoon, again with no real accumulation expected. SW to W winds will be on the increase, with gusts reaching into the 70mph range by the afternoon above 10,000', and temperatures will be slightly warmer at this elevation with highs in the mid 20s.
Long-Term: The previously speculated upcoming Atmospheric River event is looking very weak, with light snowfall expected Sunday night into Monday with not much more than a few inches of new snow expected. However this system will bring increased winds and colder temperatures. For Tuesday through the end of the week high pressure returns with warming temperatures and clear skies.