Our fast-moving storm raced through the region last night and is already well on its way out of the region this morning. While the storm had gusty winds on its front side, there’s no strong cold air advection to be found on the system’s back side. We’ll be left with light WSW winds and relatively mild temps aloft today, which means another day of relatively mild weather is expected. High temps will range from 32 in the mountains to 45 along the coastal plain. Mostly cloudy skies are expected region-wide this morning before light downsloping brings some sunny breaks to the coastline this afternoon. No additional precipitation is expected outside of a few mountain upslope flurries.