Today (Wednesday) will feature the arrival of our first Arctic airmass of the 2018-2019 winter season! Snow squalls will act as the vanguard for the incoming chill, bringing low visibility, slick roads, and a quick coating-1″ of snow. Not everyone will see a squall, but more will than won’t based on the latest data. The timing for squalls will be early/mid afternoon in the mountains and late afternoon/early evening closer to the coast. Gusty NW winds are expected behind the front with quickly falling temps. Therefore, high temps will occur on the earlier side, ranging from a little above 20 in the north to a little above 30 in the south.