We’re still looking at some unsettled weather today as cold air continues to pour through the region aloft, but not at the surface (yet). Patchy morning sunshine outside the mountains will push temps into the mid to upper 40s along the coastal plain as a strong cold front approaches from the west. With much colder air aloft, there will be enough instability to support another round of afternoon showers. These may drop small hail and graupel in addition to rain. As winds flip around to the northwest, rain showers will flip over to snow showers later in the afternoon/evening, especially up in the mountains. Temps will quickly fall below freezing after dark, leading to patchy black ice.
A rather potent shot of cold, at least for this late in the winter, is on the way for tomorrow when highs won’t eclipse 30 and snow showers will be widespread.