Today will feature the arrival of snow showers and possibly some squalls as an upper level low and associated cold front drift in our direction. Snow showers will develop in the mountains during the late morning hours before moving southeast during the afternoon. As the snow showers pass through, expect a brief period of moderate to heavy snow with reduced visibility and briefly slick roads. Accumulations will generally range from a coating to 1” outside the higher terrain where 1-3” is likely due to upsloping.
High temps today will range from a little below 20 in the mountains to the mid 30s along the coast. Skies will start out mostly sunny this morning before clouds develop ahead of the aforementioned cold front. Finally, while westerly breezes are fairly light this morning, you’ll notice stronger winds out of the northwest behind the front this evening.