Today will feature increased cloud cover and a bit of light precipitation as a weak storm system moves off to our west. Southerly flow ahead of this feature will push temps into the low 30s up north and low 40s right along the coast. Most of the precipitation associated with this storm will remain off to our north and west, but the mountains should see some snow showers midday into the early afternoon. A few of the higher summits could pick up 1-3″ but dustings will be more common in the valleys. Precipitation outside of the mountains will be spotty, brief, light, and mostly falling in the form of rain. A few foothills spots might even see a brief period of wintry mix (sleet/freezing rain) but aside from a couple localized slick spots on the roads, this will be a low-impact event.
Cooler air will filter into the region behind this system tonight.