Quieter weather can be expected today as the storm system we’ve been dealing with for the past two days moves into Newfoundland. Unfortunately for those hoping for some sunshine, another system is already moving into the region from the west. While this disturbance will be prevented from dropping any meaningful precipitation (mountain snow showers notwithstanding) by its lack of moisture, it will keep the area under mostly cloudy skies for another day.
Warmer air moving north ahead of that next storm will bring high temps above freezing south of the mountains, though the fresh snowpack means we won’t be nearly as warm as we’d otherwise expect. Look for highs ranging from 30 in the mountains to 35 along the coastal plain.