Today will feature cool cyclonic flow around an area of low pressure well to our northeast. That low pressure was responsible for yesterday’s cold front, which didn’t quite clear out all the low level moisture previously present. The result today will be areas of cloud cover despite generally drier NW flow. The cloudiest areas will be upslope of the mountains while the coastline has the best chance for sunshine. This afternoon will generally be sunnier than this morning as drier air slowly arrives from Canada. While a brief shower is possible in the north this afternoon, today should be mostly dry overall.
High temps will range from the upper 50’s north to low 70’s south with dew points remaining delightfully low in the 40’s.