Quick update from the road today as I head to the Northeast Storms Conference in Saratoga Springs, NY. A storm system is sliding offshore to the south and will drag much colder air into the region behind it. Along the leading edge of this cold air, snow showers and squalls will develop much like yesterday. A little Norlun type trough will develop near Portland this evening which could prolong and intensify the squalls a bit, possibly enough to drop an inch or two. Watch for the typical snow squall threats if you’re headed out and about this afternoon. Visibility could quickly drop and roads could get slick quickly. Behind the squalls, NW winds will pick up and usher in much colder air for the weekend. Temps today will range from 25 in the north to 32 in the south.