An unusually cool airmass will settle over the region today, especially in the middle part of the atmosphere. This will mean chilly temps and the chance for some snow showers to pop up in the afternoon as the sun tries to heat up the lower levels. Snow showers are most likely in the mountains, but could drift over just about any town in the area, bringing briefly low visibility and a quick coating-1″ of snow. Snow showers will dissipate after sundown when daytime heating is lost. High temps will range from 10 in the north to 25 in the south.