After a day of relatively moist NW flow yesterday, we’ll get to enjoy some relatively dry NW flow today. As a result, while mountain upslope snows drifted into coastal regions yesterday, coastal downslope sunshine will drift into the mountains today (except for the highest peaks). While the sun will be out trying to warm things up, yesterday’s seasonably cool airmass will be sticking around for at least a few more days. High temps are expected to be right around ‘normal’ for this time of year, ranging from 20 in the north to 35 in the south.
If you’ve heard rumors about a snowstorm this weekend and are curious about my thoughts, I outlined them in detail on the weather.us blog last night. The bottom line is that while a storm is still possible, this pattern will make it hard to get a big one.