We’re back to unsettled weather today as yet another storm system approaches from the west. This system will be on the weaker side, and will also be tracking to our west, putting us in the warmer half of the system. The result will be light to moderate rain at the coast, with snow in the foothills and mountains. The higher summits could pick up 4-6″ from this event, while lower elevations and points farther SE see a more general 1-3″. The southeastern foothills and the coastal plain will see mostly rain from this event as temps warm into the mid to upper 30’s. The mountains will see temps around 30-32 degrees. Precip departs this evening with drier weather moving in for tomorrow.