Low pressure will exit the region this evening with clouds and winds finally on the decrease. Unfortunately, we didn't see much in the way of snow but some decent rain fell with most reas around 1/2 to 1" of rain with nearly 2" at the dam. As much as 4-6 inches of rain fell just to our west across the rim with over 6" in Twin Peaks! As skies clear expect this evening expect a chilly night as lows drop into the upper teens and 20's. Mostly sunny skies will return tomorrow with highs in the mid to upper 40's, west winds gusting 10-20 mph at times, little change on Tuesday. Another low pressure system will move into the region Tuesday night with more rain and snow showers likely on Wednesday. Once again, ensemble guidance has the snow level starting out above 7,000 feet and bottoming out near 6,000 feet, not a very cold system. Preliminary forecast estimates bring us the potential for around a half inch of rain and/or a coule inches of snow. High pressure will return Thursday with fair and warmer, spring-like conditions into next weekend. When traveling to the mountains during the winter months, be prepared for hazardous winter weather driving conditions, always plan ahead, and carry tire chains.