High pressure is getting set in place this morning ahead of our next storm system which will arrive tomorrow. Expect sunny skies in the northeastern part of the region today, with more clouds in the south and west. Winds will be light from the north, and temps will be seasonably cool ranging from 10 in the north to 30 in the south. Snow will arrive from SW to NE tomorrow afternoon/evening.
As for the storm, expect 3-6″ of snow region wide before a change to sleet/freezing rain in the foothills and along the coast. In the mountains, precip types should remain mostly or entirely snow with an additional 3-6″ falling through Wednesday morning.