This time of year, we expect to see frequently changing weather as frontal systems pass through with a higher frequency than either summer or winter. That’s exactly what we’ll be seeing today as yet another cold front begins its approach from the west.
Ahead of the front, we’ll see increases in both temperatures and cloud cover, as well as the chance for some showers later in the day. Those showers will likely enter the mountains during the mid/late afternoon hours (3-5 PM) before weakening as they move east. Steadier and heavier rain will arrive from the southwest tomorrow.
High temps today will range from 55 in the north to 65 in the south.