After a brief glitch in the weather matrix yesterday and Friday, order will finally return today in the form of seasonably cool temperatures and an upslope/downslope sky cover pattern. NW winds are bringing in the cool Canadian air we expect and deserve this time of year. The result will be high temps ranging from 15 in the north to 35 along the southern coast. Upsloping will produce clouds and snow showers in the mountains while downsloping ensures mostly sunny skies along the coastal plain. Outside of the upslope snow, mainly dry conditions are expected.