Remember yesterday’s weather? Well today’s will be pretty much the same with the exception being temps that are a few degrees colder. Low pressure will be developing well SE of Cape Cod today and will be too far SE to bring us any precip but it won’t be too far SE to keep us in its wind field. This means we’ll be getting a shift from the recent WNW winds to NNW winds which will aid in drawing more cold air into the region. Temps will rise into the low 20’s in the mountains and low 30’s along the coast with steady NNW winds to make it feel a bit colder. Mountain snow showers/flurries are expected to continue with an inch of accumulation possible in the higher elevations.
Our next chance for widespread snow arrives tomorrow night into Wednesday.