NW winds have developed behind yesterday’s storm system, which means we’re left with an upslope/downslope pattern. Air will rise on the NW side of the mountains cooling as it does so, and resulting in clouds and snow showers. That air then sinks heading down the SE side of the mountains, warms back up, and dries out which results in dry conditions and sunny skies. Thus northwestern areas can expect overcast skies, temps in the low 20’s, and scattered snow showers. The coastal plain will see sunny skies, temps in the mid 30’s, and dry weather while the foothills in between see a mix of sun and clouds, a slight chance for a brief flurry, and highs around 30.
Our next storm system arrives tomorrow with light rain in southern/coastal areas and moderate snow up in the mountains.