Today will feature partly to mostly sunny skies, morning snow showers/squalls, and afternoon blistery and cold weather. An Arctic cold front is driving SE across the area this morning and will be offshore by midday. Ahead of the front, snow showers and squalls are expected with impacts most pronounced in the mountains. Temps at the moment range from the low 20’s in the mountains to the low 30’s at the coast. Temps are expected to fall 10-15 degrees today despite the strong late March sun. This is due to a very cold airmass moving into the area on very strong NW winds. Gusts to 50mph are possible and as a result, wind advisories are up for the area through tonight when winds will die down a bit.