The heavier rain has move to the north and it is warm yet again. While looking at the maps, there is a similarity of today’s storm to the one on Tuesday, but they are very different. The current set up if moving to the north and bringing warm air with it. In fact the mid 60s are possible, even with some peaks of sun. But the record 70°F set in 1950 should be safe. The next system is a clipper style. The central Low will also be in Canada, but it is riding the colder flow from the jet stream as it moves east and south. The upper level energy is the main reason I expect the snow to drop well south of the center and reach us. The timing, that is speeding up, and changing the potential impact.
Here is a quick look at the simulated radar showing the timeline for the real cold front today, then the snow arriving Tuesday afternoon/evening.
The colder air will arrive with a burst of rain mid afternoon. This could have some snowflakes mixed in, but the main snow will remain in the mountains