High pressure is heading westward into the Eastern Pacific allowing weather systems to brush by closer and closer to the Bay Area. We’ll see one system clip us by just to the north that may try to toss a few showers in the North Bay and certainly showers over the Sierra for areas mainly north of Lake Tahoe.
Another system will follow after a briefly mild day on Saturday – due in later Sunday night – it should begin spreading some rain over us into Monday morning. Cooler air aloft will move into the region as this trough hangs up just offshore and moves inland later on Monday/Tuesday. Highs will likely be in the 50s early next week. Let’s hope this pattern plays out and gives the Sierra one more shot of decent snowfall.