Today will feature the return of seasonably cool air as yesterday’s outrageously warm airmass departs into eastern Canada. The cool air will be brought to us by WNW winds that are likely to be quite gusty. Expect winds in the 35-45 mph range for most areas except the typically windy ridgetops and typically calm valleys in the mountains. These winds are just about at the right intensity to bring the threat for some power outages, though widespread disruptions are not expected.
Temps will generally be on a downward trend today, starting off in the upper 30’s north and mid 40’s south before ending up around 20 in the north and 30 in the south this evening. Skies will be partly to mostly cloudy today, with the best chance for sunshine along the coastal plain.