A blustery late season storm system continues to produce, scattered showers and even a little mountain snow. We will see the chance for more showers linger through at least Monday before things settle down and high pressure once again brings back the sunshine and dry conditions for much of next week.
For tonight, look for partly to mostly cloudy skies and gusty northerly winds. Showers will be likely for most areas, however with this type of storm system, there isn't a whole lot of moisture to deal with and therefore no significant accumulations are expected. Chilly overnight lows are expected and mountain snow showers above 4000 feet as well.
For Sunday, spotty showers and even a chance for thunder will be the weather story for the first day of March. Afternoon highs will be on the cool side with most areas seeing temperatures in the 50's and low 60's.
Looking ahead, the last wave of moisture should exit the region by very early Monday. Breezy northerly winds will keep things on the cool side as well. High pressure will quickly build through the middle of next week and leave us with a gradual warming trend through next weekend.