After a string of mild days, cooler air is on its way back from Canada this morning. A weak front at the leading edge of the cooler air has scooped up some moisture from the Great Lakes and is helping some upslope snow showers stray into the foothills this morning. While some spots may see a few flakes, accumulations are not expected outside of the mountains where a coating-2″ will pile up today. Westerly breezes will help bring partial sunshine to the coastline while clouds hang tough up in the mountains. That breeze will also make forecast high temps in the mid 20s north to mid 30s south feel a bit chillier.
Enjoy today’s relatively nice weather as our next storm will arrive quickly tomorrow with a round of moderate snow.