Today will feature clear skies and cold temps across the region as strong Canadian high pressure drifts into the region. If you look outside along the coast this morning, you’ll notice some cloud cover associated with the back edge of last night’s cold front. I’d expect those clouds to move offshore within an hour or two. WNW winds won’t be anything to write home about today, generally staying below 25 mph, but given the cold temps, even a little bit of wind will feel pretty nasty if you head outside with too few layers. High temps will range from a little above 10 in the north to a little above 20 along the coast.