We could see a stray shower or two, but we really shouldn’t have much and your best bet is farther south.
Be careful when you head out because with the cold temps and the moisture from Sunday, some ice is very possible, I know I ran into some.
This afternoon looks mostly cloudy and mainly dry with highs in the upper-30s and lower-40s.
Tuesday looks mostly cloudy with just a few showers here and there. There will be colder conditions to the north with northeast wind through the Fraser River, which could mean some pockets of snow closer to the Canadian Border. Otherwise, we’ll just see a few light rain showers.
Look for the same conditions on Wednesday with mostly cloudy skies and a few showers.
More rain will move in overnight Wednesday into Thursday, staying just lowland rain and mountain snow.
That’s the plan on Friday with scattered showers and some mountain snow.
Another round of rain will move in on Saturday that may start as some pockets of wet snow early on, but otherwise will be a cold rain with mountain snow.
Look for spotty showers on Sunday.
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