Temperatures continue to climb through this midweek forecast with upper 20s on the way for the Valley this afternoon. A weak disturbance passing through the region will spark some light, isolated snow mainly later today. Another area of low pressure will bring some scattered, light snow later tomorrow/tomorrow night. In both cases, snow will mainly fall across northern portions of the Valley with minor accumulations of an inch or less. Though cloud cover and occasional snow fill into the area, a warmer airmass continues moving in with temperatures climbing day-by-day. Tomorrow we'll be in the low 30s with 40s to finish the work week/start the weekend. A frontal system will bring rain to the Valley Friday and Saturday with an inch of rain possible. We'll monitor flood threats, though this does not look like a major problem at this time.
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