Mostly cloudy skies this morning will slowly give way to more sunshine as we move into this afternoon thanks to the arrival of a cooler and drier airmass from Canada. That new airmass will be arriving on NW breezes which will keep the mountains the cloudiest due to upslope flow. Those breezes aren’t expected to be all that strong which means it’ll take a while for the colder air to make its way over the Appalachians. With that in mind, another day of relatively mild weather is expected. High temps will range from 30 in the north to a little above 40 along the coastal plain.
Our next storm system will slowly arrive from the west beginning tomorrow, though it will take until late Monday night for snow to begin falling north or east of Portland. I’ll have more information on that system in subsequent updates.