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Updated: 6 hours ago · Forecaster: KOWALSKI
High pressure off the California coast will keep conditions dry and seasonal through the remainder of the work week. Low-pressure riding along a trough will move into the region Friday afternoon, bringing a chance for some snow showers over the weekend. At this time, only a small amount, generally under 3 inches cumulative, is expected during this timeframe. Conditions will remain unsettled through the first half of next week before a touch of spring is possible starting Thursday.
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