Today will feature cooler temps and westerly breezes as our airmass reverts back to what we’d expect for this time of year. High temps will range from 25 in the north to 32 in the south, and those highs will be set earlier in the day before tumbling this afternoon. As for precipitation, snow showers will be drifting through the mountains this afternoon as a secondary cold front arrives. Some of those could escape onto the coastal plain as flurries, but any accumulation will be up in the higher terrain. Skies will be cloudier up north with breaks of sun in the south.