Today will feature mild temperatures, spotty precipitation, and more widespread fog as warm moist air moves north over our cold snowpack. Look for highs to rise to freezing in the north and 40 in the south. More significantly, dew points will rise above freezing for the whole area today. As this moisture moves over our recently replenished snowpack, it will condense into areas of fog that could be dense at times. Precipitation will be most persistent in northern areas, closer to the front that passed through last night. Most of the precipitation falling along this front will be in the form of rain for the lower elevations, with snow limited to the higher terrain of the White Mountains.
More coastal rain arrives tomorrow, but as cold air invades the low levels inland, look for a change to freezing rain as the next round of precip arrives.