We have high pressure to thank for the very nice weather conditions across the state.  Other than a few high mountain snow showers in the far northwest tomorrow, conditions look to stay mainly dry through Friday.   Temperatures will be unseasonably mild and top of in the 60s to near 70 in the east, with 40s and 50s expected in the west.

This ridge of high pressure starts to break down this weekend, which will lead to cooler temperatures.  A weather disturbance rolling through on Saturday will bring northern and eastern counties a chance for scattered showers and perhaps a rain/snow mix at night.   A cold front looks like it will move through on Sunday, bringing in more cooler weather and scattered mixed showers and snow showers.