The departing storm has left the mild air behind. Once the clouds break, the temps should warm into the 60s. A little above normal and sharp contrast to the 1987 snow storm. Another snow maker in the central US will be the game changer as it tracks to the Great Lakes, then pulls colder air our way for the weekend. This storm is not for us, but the shift in the jet stream will make for a colder weekend that might include snow showers in the western hills and mountains.
Jet Stream Shifts To Colder Pattern
Our region will stay on the arm side of the system as it brings rain our way Thursday. This should be a morning event, and the cold air will not arrive until Friday. Here is the rain timeline in this radar simulation.