Much colder weather is in store for today as Arctic-adjacent air pours into the area from the Northwest. I hesitate to call this Arctic air, as it pales in comparison to the bone chilling cold of the Christmas-New Year’s period, but compared to the past week or so of January Thaw weather, it will be pretty chilly. Look for highs in the single numbers north and 10’s south. Winds out of the NW won’t be quite as strong as yesterday, but it won’t take much of a breeze to make the chilly temps feel even colder. As for sky cover and precipitation, those NW winds and their upslope/downslope pattern will once again rule the day with sunny skies and dry weather downwind of the mountains and a mix of sun and clouds along with occasional snow showers in the higher terrain.