Today will feature cold conditions as an arctic front races eastward across the area. Ahead of it, expect calm, but still cold, conditions with many areas actually above 0 this morning. When it arrives, the chance for heavy snow squalls exists which not everyone will see but could be enough to drop a coating to an inch or two in some areas. The areas with the greatest chance of accumulation are the mountains and the midcoast where an inverted trough is currently causing flakes to fly.
Winds will start blasting out of the west after the front has passed along with tumbling temps along with some more snow squalls. Wind chills will fall to dangerous levels this evening and wind chill warnings are up for the Maine and New Hampshire mountains/foothills. The rest of the area is under a wind chill advisory. Both go into effect at 5PM tonight.