This Wednesday sees a pretty vigorous cold front sliding to the east, while unseasonably warm temperatures are to be replaced by cooler, drier air.
But weather seldom remains stagnant very long and before long we have another strong system located north of Alaska and Canada. Each time one of these systems move through the weather becomes winterlike and the forecasts become rife with snow forecasts.
This forecast above reflects rainfall amounts potential and the final chart above is valid from Friday to Saturday.
The above charts show the system exiting this weekend and by midweek next week will see yet another round of rains and clouds.