The area of high pressure that has brought us cool and quiet conditions for the past few days has now slid offshore, which means broad southwesterly flow will develop over the area. That southwesterly flow will bring milder weather and increased cloud cover to the region today. Expect high temps ranging from around 30 in the north to around 45 in the south. While overcast skies will develop by this afternoon, any light precipitation associated with the offshore storm will arrive tomorrow morning. Little to no snow accumulation is expected.