We'll have highs in the 30s, 40s, 50s, and 60s over the next week!
A low-pressure system will bring mostly rain tonight through tomorrow. Cold air will try to return just in time to turn the light rain to snow flurries late Tuesday. At this time, it looks like whatever snow we get will not accumulate. The map below shows the GFS trying to keep a little snow around tomorrow evening, on the other hand, the NAM weather model has most of the precipitation out of here before the cold air arrives.
A few more flurries with chilly air still in place for Thursday, then it's a weekend warm-up. We're hoping for 60s by Sunday! The map below shows those nice warm colors moving northward!