The sunny weather continues through the weekend with highs in the 60's at the base and 50's on the mountain. The ridge will shift North by the weekend with low pressure moving into Southern CA. That may generate some showers in the Sierra, but it looks like any precip will stay to our South.
The ridge of high pressure builds back in Sunday into Monday. Then the ridge breaks down as a trough moves into the Pacific NW by next Tuesday and then tries to dig further South Wednesday into Thursday. The forecast models this morning are starting to show the possibility of cooler air and some precip next Wednesday-Thursday. We will have to keep watching how the pattern develops for the middle of next week.
The ridge off the coast next week looks like it may retrograde further West as we approach Easter weekend. The models are showing a large trough dropping down off the West Coast for that weekend. This is 10 days out but something to watch. If the trough sets up close enough to the West Coast we could have a snowy Easter weekend.