The system that brought light snow to the region yesterday and earlier this morning will be rapidly intensifying as it approaches Newfoundland today. This means that we’ll be left with clearing skies and cooler temps as NW winds bring a refreshing airmass into the region from Canada. Skies will clear most quickly along the coastal plain where downslopimg will have the strongest influence. The mountains will remain mostly cloudy until this evening. High temperatures will be recorded this morning for most areas as temps fall this afternoon in response to the strong advection of cold air from Canada. Currently, temps range from the upper 20’s north to the mid 30’s south. By this evening, temps will be in the low 10’s north and mid 20’s south.