Today will feature fairly normal temps, more clouds than sun, and the chance for some flurries/snow showers especially in the mountains. Look for highs in the mid 20’s north and mid 30’s along the southern coast. Winds will be light and turning to the north west this afternoon as the first of two cold fronts passes through. This front could have a few flurries along its leading edge but the impactful front will be saved for tomorrow.
Arctic air floods into the region behind tomorrow’s front which has the potential to bring fairly robust snow squalls that, while not widespread, could be intense with brief near-zero visibility and quick 1-2″ accumulations. More on that tomorrow.