Today will feature mostly clear skies and cool temps as a cold airmass continues to move into the region from Canada. This airmass is dry enough that even the upslope clouds along/northwest of the mountains will be relatively sparse. NW winds will continue gusting up to 30 mph today, which isn’t enough to be worried about power outages but will certainly make walking outside unpleasant if you’re not prepared. Later in the day, some high clouds will arrive from the WSW ahead of our next storm system which will bring rain to the region this weekend.
High temps will range from a little below 20 in the north to a little above 30 in the south.