High pressure crests over the area today, meaning we’ll see cool temps and generally calm weather. A weak disturbance is responsible for some clouds this morning, but most if not all areas should see at least some sun during the afternoon hours before clouds begin to advance ahead of our next storm system. Temps will be on the chillier side, ranging from 10 in the north to 32 in the south.
The storm arriving tomorrow will be on the weaker side, bringing generally less than 3″ of snow. The possible exception to this will be the Midcoast, where an inverted trough feature will let the snow stick around a little longer.