We’re now moving into the second half of March, and after a parade of three major Nor’easters, it’s time for another throwback to the deep winter months today in the form of an Arctic cold front. The front is pushing south this morning, and by noon just about everyone will be enjoying cooling temps and gusty NW winds. As the front pushes south, some snow showers ongoing in the mountains will make a run for the coastline. Any accumulations will remain under the 1″ mark, but visibilities will be quickly and drastically reduced in areas of locally heavy snow. Once the front passes and NW winds take over, we’ll see our classic upslope/downslope setup lock into place with clouds and snow showers up in the mountains, and mainly sunny skies along the coastline. Temps will fall today, from the lower 20’s this morning to the 10’s this evening.