Unfortunately our run of seasonably chilly temps is coming to an end as low pressure strays to the left of the favored path. Clouds will build out ahead of that system today, and some snow showers are possible in the mountains but most of today will be spent getting the lower levels saturated enough to allow any precip to make it to the ground. High temps will be balmy, ranging from 15 in the north to 40 in the south. Freezing rain will develop tonight away from the immediate coast so use extra caution if heading out and about in that area. A more widespread liquid precipitation event will unfortunately transpire tomorrow.