Last night’s rain and snow is on its way out and will be replaced by milder and sunnier weather for the daylight hours today. Look for clearing skies outside of the mountains where snow showers and squalls are ongoing this morning. A few flurries could make it to the coast but any quick coatings will be limited to the foothills and mountains. Those squalls will dry up this afternoon and clouds will eventually break up in the mountains by sundown as high pressure builds in. Temps will range from 30 in the north to 40 along the coast with light westerly winds.
A plethora of precip types will return for Tuesday with snow, rain, sleet, and ice all likely to be seen somewhere in the region by the time the storm moves out Wednesday. More details on that as we know more in the next day or two.