Patchy fog and precipitation will fill out the daylight hours today. Snow and rain will taper off and end early this evening. Then we will clear and turn colder. As temperatures drop overnight, patches of black ice are possible on untreated surfaces.
Full sunshine Wednesday morning will take care of the black ice and warm temperatures well into the 40s. Clouds will increase through the day as a warm front approaches.
The front may bring a rain shower late Wednesday into early Thursday. Thursday will be mostly cloudy but much milder with highs in the 50s. Our next possible wintry coastal storm looks like Friday night into early Saturday. This one may include ice this time during Friday overnight. After this one clears Saturday, we dry out for a few days with seasonable temps through Tuesday.