Jeff Martinez Published 6:33 PM EST Dec 7, 2018 It’s been a wild week in the weather department, and with snow in our valleys giving us a beautiful wintry scene with many of the holiday lights up, it is the most wonderful time of the year. After a cold week, our temperatures will be a little warmer for the weekend. We will get rid of the low clouds we’ve had the past few days, with partly cloudy skies and highs in the mid-40s, it’ll be a beautiful afternoon and that will continue for Sunday. Our active weather pattern resumes, with a few light snow showers possible Sunday night into Monday morning in the Sierra, look out for slick conditions along our mountain passes, but it will not be a major event. The storm gates remain open, with a chance for a few light rain and snow showers Tuesday through Wednesday, and a stormy pattern continues into next weekend. Great news for our Sierra snow levels, they are now more than 100 percent of average around Lake Tahoe and even better for our southern Sierra around Mammoth Lakes, they are up to 125 percent of average, with 4-8+ feet of snow in the highest elevations.