We remain in the freezer today as an Arctic airmass continues to control our weather. Believe it or not, today will be the warmest day in a while as temperatures make it above zero for all but the mountains. A few areas in SE NH may even manage to make it above 10 degrees, though most areas will once again see highs in the single digits. A storm system will be moving by well to our south today, and will be far enough north to bring us some clouds, especially in southern areas, but too far south for more than a few southern NH flurries. The other impact this system will have on our area involves increasing winds as it departs offshore. While wind gusts of 10-20 mph doesn’t sound like a lot, given how bitter cold temperatures already are, it won’t take much wind to make wind chills very dangerous once again.