As a powerful ocean storm heads off into the Atlantic, too far east to bring us any serious impacts, and another clipper system dives into PA/NY, we’ll be stuck between two storm systems today. That means we can expect lots of clouds, little in the way of precipitation, and relatively mild temps. Highs will range from the upper 20’s in the north to the upper 30’s along the coast. While mainly dry weather is expected, a few snow showers can’t be ruled out especially in the mountains and along southern parts of the coastline. No accumulation is expected.