Today will feature relatively mild temps and quieter weather as our storm slowly departs to the east. There’s not much cold behind this system so downsloping NW breezes will be able to boost temps quite a bit along the coastal plain. Highs there should get into the mid 30s. Farther north, cooler upslope flow will limit high temps to the mid/upper 20s up in the mountains. Despite the downsloping, skies will remain mostly cloudy as another batch of moisture pivots northwest off the ocean. At the moment, I don’t think that this moisture will make it to the ground outside the mountains but don’t be too surprised to see some flurries or sprinkles midmorning-early afternoon as it passes overhead. Up in the usual upslope spots, snow showers will continue for most of the day with an additional coating-2″ possible.