Today will feature a break between yesterday’s fast-moving light snow event and tomorrow’s fast-moving light snow event. Between the two storms, a weak area of high pressure will nose into the region from the north. That means that winds will be from the northwest for much of the day, supporting clouds upslope of the mountains (especially this morning) and sunny skies for the foothills and coast. High temps will be on the cooler side as Canadian air works into the region, ranging from a little above 20 in the north to a little below 30 in the south.
Tomorrow’s light snow event appears to be focused more in the southern half of our area with a general 1-3″ expected. I’ll have another post out this evening taking a closer look at the system.