Today will feature more clouds especially north as an Arctic cold front powers through the region. To our north, Northern Maine has seen some fairly intense snow squalls with up to an inch of snow falling in under an hour. Dynamics in our area aren’t quite that impressive but low visibility or even brief whiteouts are possible in the mountains today with accumulations of a dusting to as much as 2″. Flurries could make it to the coast but as north west winds puck up, I expect downsloping to dry the air out enough so that flurries would be the most expected. Temps will range greatly across the region with the northern mountains not getting much above 25 as cold air drives south. Southern areas however are likely to see temps rise into the balmy category with highs in the low 40’s. Snow arrives tomorrow as a massive storm brushes by to the east. I’ll have an update on that this evening.