My apologies for the lack of post yesterday morning, I’m down at the American Meteorological Society’s Annual Meeting in Boston and had a few more meetings than were originally on my schedule. Anyways, today’s weather looks fairly tame across the region as westerly winds carry drier, but not colder, air into the region. As per usual, westerly flow means we’ll have a classic upslope/downslope pattern set up where clouds stick around in the mountains while the coastal plain enjoys mostly sunny skies. Temperatures will follow a similar pattern, with highs in the upper 20’s north and low 40’s south. No precipitation is expected until our next storm moves in late tonight.