High pressure will exit the region today ahead of our next front. Southeasterly, upslope winds will lend to persistent cloud cover.
A cold front moves through from the west tomorrow morning. Showers commence overnight and continue into tomorrow morning. The front will lose a lot of it's moisture as it approaches, so only light showers are expected and those should being to taper off in the afternoon. Chillier air arrives tomorrow night. A frost/freeze event looks to be in play.
Plenty of sunshine is the theme for Friday into the middle part of next week. High pressure will dominate during this period. Friday will be on the chilly side as temps won't get out of the 40's for most locations. Friday night looks like the coldest portion of the forecast.
Saturday through Tuesday will feature more sunshine and seasonable temperatures. The only bump in the road is a weak clipper front that will quickly move through Saturday night. No worries though, only an increase in clouds is expected.