Today will feature the continued presence of our amazingly persistent Arctic airmass. This is the last day of the first part of the bitter cold as we’re in for a two day reprieve tomorrow and Thursday. Miss the subzero temps? You won’t have to wait long as an even colder shot of Arctic air blasts into the area Friday into Saturday. Highs today will range from a relatively balmy 0 degrees in northeast areas to a toasty 10 above in SW NH. Satellite imagery shows a weak and moisture starved disturbance moving SE through Ontario this morning. This system will spread clouds across the area this afternoon, with a few snow showers expected in the mountains. Otherwise, you won’t notice much in the way of sensible weather changes as it passes through.
A significantly milder day is in store tomorrow with highs in the 10’s for nearly the entire region! This comes before the chance of a significant storm on Thursday, which I discussed in last night’s weather.us blog.