Another storm has passed us by, which means that today will be back to the improvement cycle for most of the area not impacted by upsloping. Gusty NW winds will result in clearing skies downwind of the mountains, while of course the typical upslope regions will continue to see clouds and snow. The storm that brought us the snow yesterday is now explosively intensifying over the Canadian Maritimes. As it does so, it will be pushing a very cold airmass in our direction. High temps therefore will feel more like late December than mid November, ranging from 15 in the north to 30 in the south.