The snow squalls from Friday are back again today as our first true Arctic front moves in. As always with these snow squalls, the greatest risk will be in the mountains where a few inches of accumulation are possible through tonight. Snow squalls certainly could stray towards the coast and as always, low visibility and slick roads are likely in the squalls. Winds will also pick up behind the front as colder air moves in with gusts up to 30 mph. Temps today will actually be pretty mild ahead of the front. Look for highs in the upper 20’s/low 30’s north and upper 30’s/low 40’s south. Temps will quickly crash when the front moves through. The timeframe for that looks to be this evening.
I’ll have more updates on the squalls through the day on the new Forecasterjack Facebook page!