CLOUDS, FOG LOCKED IN:
The large storm system responsible for the record temp drops and early season snow out west continues to spiral it’s way through the Rockies. Meanwhile, a frontal boundary is draped right over the Region and will bring another day of temperature contrasts from north to south. We’ll likely stay in the 60s to the north while mid to upper 70s are possible in our southern counties!
One thing we’ll have in common is the cloud cover–it’s thick from here to Colorado. The fog and low cloud deck should slowly erode from south to north, but mostly cloudy skies will prevail. Not expecting much in the way of rain today as the bulk will be just to our northwest.