Today will feature cooler weather as the storm that has been impacting the region for the past few days weakens to our north. Look for high temps ranging from the low 30s up in the mountains to the mid 40s near the coast. SW winds will remain gusty throughout the day, ironically bringing colder air into the region from NY/PA. A disturbance embedded within this SW flow pattern will cross the region late this afternoon into the early evening hours. Its primary impact will be providing a focal point for cloud/shower development in the mountains/foothills. Most of these showers will fall as snow though they won’t linger long enough in any given spot to drop more than a coating. A few flakes may even try to stray towards the coastline later in the evening. Before that front arrives, skies will be partly to mostly sunny.