Today will feature much cooler temps as colder air filters in behind a cold front that moved offshore last night. Highs will range from the low 30’s in the mountains to the mid 40’s along the coast. Morning breaks of sun will fade to afternoon clouds as a coastal storm begins developing well south and east of our area. The only impacts expected here are increased clouds, and the chance for some light rain and/or snow flurries in southern areas tonight. In areas that could see snow, no accumulation is expected, though it sure will be nice to see flakes in the air once again! The last time we saw snow was on April 1st, it’s been far too long!