The storm system that brought a myriad of precipitation types to the area last night is departing the region this morning. As low pressure strengthens in the Canadian Maritimes, winds will pick up out of the NW today, which will set up our classic upslope/downslope pattern. Expect residual mixed precipitation to change over to snow in the mountains, with upslope snow showers continuing through the day providing an additional inch or two of accumulation. Downwind of the mountains, temps will fall sharply as skies clear and drier conditions return.
Temps in the low 30’s in the mountains and mid 40’s along the coast this morning will fall into the mid 20’s in the mountains and mid 30’s along the coast by this evening.