Today will feature dropping temperatures as a cold front makes its way south. Snow showers and squalls will accompany this front, especially in the mountains. Flurries are possible along the coastal plain, with no accumulation expected. High temps today will be set in the morning hours with cooling conditions expected through this evening. By 6 PM, everyone including the coast should see subfreezing temps. Those cooler temps will be brought in on NW winds which will set up the classic upslope/downslope cloud pattern today. Look for few if any breaks of sunshine in the higher terrain as snow showers continue, while the coastal plain will be hard pressed to find more than a few clouds.