Dave’s forecast: Quiet weather ahead; tracking Sunday night storms

The weather story remains the same as the last few days - quiet, clear and chilly for the remainder of the week. Keeping an eye on the possible impacts of a storm lurking up the coast Sunday into Monday.
Rain and wind will be the biggest complications with this next system. New guidance is suggesting some back-end snow for the northwest corner of the state on Tuesday morning. We'll have to wait and see on that.
TONIGHT: The Geminid meteor showers peak. One of the better meteor showers of the year. Possibly up to 100 to 120 shooting stars an hour could be possible. Skies will be clear tonight and the moon is in a new phase so viewing could be optimal.
Best time to view is 9 p.m. to 4 a.m. Find a secluded viewing spot and let your eyes adjust to the dark. Dress warm and have patience.
THURSDAY: Mostly sunny skies. Highs around 43. Overnight lows around 29.
FRIDAY: Plenty of sunshine. Daytime highs around 53. Overnight lows around 36.
SATURDAY: Mostly cloudy. Daytime highs around 51. Lows around 37.
SUNDAY: Rain Sunday afternoon/evening going into Monday. Daytime highs around 50. Lows dip to upper-30s.