UPDATE: Wed 10 Nov 2010 / 4:30p.m.
There's really not much change to my original Monday discussion except to add rain in for Sunday. A deep mid-level trough swings by with high rain chances, and possibly thunderstorms, Friday.
A second one moving our way (upper left on map) suggests a cool rain for Sunday afternoon into Monday.
Our next rainmaker should show up Thursday-Friday in the form of a mid-level trough and surface cold front.
Conditions ahead of this system will be quite mild, and definitely windy. The Canadian high which brought the chilly weekend lows is east of us, and surface low pressure is to our west. Passing disturbances aloft will cause the surface gradient to ebb and flow. In general it will be a gusty period.
The models are quite consistent in the surface front and mid-level trough passing Friday-Saturday. It may rain part of Saturday but Sunday should be dry. (Newer indications are for rain developing by later in the day Sunday).