Our 36 hour run of unseasonable warmth is coming to an end today as a sharp cold front moves east through the area. Look for temps to fall from the 50’s this morning into the 20’s and 30’s by this evening. The front will be accompanied by strong westerly winds which may introduce scattered power outage potential this afternoon. As for precipitation, the widespread heavy rain is over, with just a few more showers yet to come along the front. Those showers will change over to snow in the higher terrain with light accumulations this evening.