This morning, satellite imagery shows cloudy skies present across the vast majority of the region as a weak area of low pressure develops off the Mid Atlantic coast. These clouds will slowly pull southeast through the day today, resulting in slowly clearing skies. The mountains will be the first to see some sunny breaks, with the coastline hanging onto the clouds the longest.
While the upper level pattern drives cloud cover, a frontal boundary closer to the surface will drive temperatures today. Northwest of the front, cool air is moving in from Canada on northwesterly winds. Southeast of the front, warmer air is moving in on southwesterly winds. The front will slowly advance towards the coast today, with the mountains seeing cool temps just shy of 60 and the coastline seeing much warmer temps near 70.
Little if any precipitation is expected today as drier air works in from the north.