Tonight, clouds increase with light rain and snow (Adirondacks) showers kicking off after midnight over northern NY.
We will see a brief break from the rain and snow on Saturday as a weak high pressure moves through.
A couple of storm systems are moving in from the northwest with scattered rain/snow showers and gusty winds. Lows in the mid 30's. Decreasing clouds throughout the day with highs in the 40's. That sky is partly to mostly sunny with a seasonable afternoon high temp in the low to mid 40s and a light south wind. Coastal regions in Northern California could see upward of 2 to 5 inches of rain over the next 48 hours, with wind gusts expected to reach 50 mph. Wednesday night, showers likely, mainly after 11pm. Now as more information comes in, this system has been weakening over time, so we are not expecting a lot of snow, however, by Thursday night and Friday morning many passes will be snow covered leading to hard travel conditions. There is an 80 percent chance of precipitation, bringing between a tenth of inch and quarter of an inch of precipitation, during the day Wednesday.