It will be a mostly cloudy day, with the heaviest snowfall accumulations on tap for this morning and chance of continued flurries through the afternoon. Moderate to Strong SW-Westerly winds will blow as this quick hitting storm passes over. Temperatures will be in the high teens to 20sF for the higher elevations and will hover just below freezing below 10000Feet. Snow is scheduled to taper off after today with a cold night in store with temperatures dropping into the single digits. Friday’s skies are slated to start out partly cloudy and become sunny with calmer conditions and a wind direction change to come from the N-NW as the system departs the area. Temperatures will warm a bit Friday with daytime hours hitting the high 30’sF below 10000ft and 23-29 for upper elevations. Sunnier and drier conditions look to settle back into the area for this coming weekend.