A coastal storm will begin a run up the waters off the East Coast today, and while it will remain too weak and too far southeast to bring us much in the way of impacts, its passage won’t go completely unnoticed. NNE winds ahead of this system will govern our weather today. Look for colder temps as a result of these winds, and as the storm moves a little closer, look for an increase in clouds too. Highs are expected to range from just below 20 in the north, to just below freezing in the south. Any light snow associated with this system will arrive in coastal/adjacent inland areas early tomorrow morning, and a coating-2″ is expected outside of the mountains.