Today will feature seasonably cool temperatures and somewhat unsettled weather conditions as cold air moves in aloft and creates some instability in the lower atmosphere. This instability will allow upslope snow showers developing in northwest flow to drift towards the coast from time to time today. These snow showers will bring brief periods of moderate to heavy snow and could drop a coating to an inch on untreated surfaces. Temps in the upper 20s to low 30s and the relatively high sun angle this time of year should preclude much if any accumulation on roads, but it’s always good to keep an extra eye out for slick spots when snow is falling. Snow showers will be most widespread in the mid afternoon hours and will settle down as we approach sunset.
Skies will be partly to mostly cloudy along the coast and overcast in the mountains.