Today will unfortunately feature very warm weather as yet another storm system moves NE on the wrong side of our area. Southwest winds and patchy sunshine this morning will push temps into the mid 40s up north and upper 50s or even low 60s in the south. Southwest winds will be rather gusty at times pushing into the 35-45mph range outside the foothills. That’ll be more than enough to notice as you head outside and could perhaps be enough for some power outages though I don’t expect major issues there. Showers will begin in the mountains later this morning before slowly expanding towards the coast after dark. Cold air will surge towards the area tomorrow morning behind a thin line of showers possibly containing a rumble or two of thunder. At any rate, our thaw will be over around this time tomorrow after a brief round of mixed precip and snow in the mountains.