Today will feature more clouds than sun along with mild temps as a weak front drifts around the area with no particular purpose. Expect high temps to range from right around or a little below freezing in the north to the upper 30’s in the south. Skies will be cloudiest in the mountains where some upsloping may squeeze out a flurry or two. The frontal system that brings the rest of the region clouds may also provide enough forcing for a shower of rain, snow, or sleet, depending on location. These showers will be very light and are not expected to cause any significant issues.
What is expected to cause a significant issue is the storm riding up the east coast early next week. While I won’t be able to get an update out on that today, I’ll have all the details tomorrow. For now, just know that substantial impacts to travel are likely Monday and Tuesday with exact timing still to be determined.