Today will feature cool temps, mainly clear skies, and breezy NW winds as high pressure builds in from Canada. Highs today will range from 5 in the north to 25 in the south. Winds will of course be strongest at elevation with gusts well over hurricane force above 4,000 feet. Mount Washington gusted to 148 mph earlier this morning! For the rest of us, gusts in the 30-40 mph range are likely which shouldn’t cause any major issues.
Our next storm system is set to arrive Tuesday evening with snow for the entire area, potentially changing to a mix in the south. At this time a 4-8″ event seems like the most probably outcome, but of course that will shift around a bit as we get closer.