The week ahead will still be well on the chilly side of average, with occasional storm systems breaking things up between dry spots. Thursday night showers will be cold enough to cause a Winter Weather Advisory for the Lake Tahoe area through the night, but should dry out Friday morning, with high temperatures still struggling to get to the 60 degree mark in the valleys. Saturday will start off dry and cloudy, with the next storm system bringing some mountain rain and snow to the mountains by Saturday afternoon. High temperatures should nudge back up into the 60s. Sunday remains unsettled with showers and highs dropping back into the 50s. Conditions remain cool with isolated to scattered showers through the middle of next week.