Today will feature our classic upslope/downslope pattern as NW winds continue behind yesterday’s now departed cold front. Clouds in the mountains could produce a few flurries from time to time as temps hover in the low 30’s. Along the coast, look for mostly sunny skies with temps in the low to mid 40’s. Mainly dry conditions are expected as high pressure slides by to our south.
If you somehow missed it, the scourge of Daylight Saving Time finally ended last night, meaning we’re all extra rested this morning from our extra hour of sleep. If you didn’t get around to turning back your clocks, and changing the batteries in your smoke/carbon monoxide detectors, today’s the day to get those items crossed off the list.