EVENING: Scattered clouds, seasonable with temperatures in the 40s.

TONIGHT: Few clouds and seasonable. Low 28.

SATURDAY: Breezy and colder. High 38, northwest breeze 5-10mph.

We officially hit a new daily record rainfall on Thursday with 1.38″! Even though some of us did experience some ice and snow for others, that storm was mainly a rainmaker. We could us some time to dry out and the weekend will help. Saturday, Sunday and Monday all feature similar weather conditions with seasonably chilly days and colder nights in the 20s. A steady northwest breeze will also be present for each day, roughly 5-10mph.

Next week remains cold as we watch another large storm taking shape toward the end of the week. We do feel confident in the storm developing, but the type of precip is very uncertain. Some model data suggests snow, others rain. Our latest data is showing more model data leaning toward rain. Not much we can do until we see the storm approaching the western US early next week so enjoy the dry weekend and check back later.

-Meteorologist Eric Finkenbinder