Today has gotten off to a cold and clear start as high pressure crests overhead. As that high drifts offshore later today, we’ll continue with our familiar routine of increasing clouds due to warm air advection on light SW winds. Those clouds are already advancing through NY into VT/MA, but guidance suggests they may get hung up a bit this morning as a little mid-level disturbance passes through and shifts winds briefly towards the W/WNW instead of W/WSW. In any case, by this afternoon, clouds can be expected across most of the area so enjoy the sun while it lasts this morning.
Temps will rebound from seasonably cold lows last night (yes, these temps are normal for early February) to fairly average values by this afternoon. Expect high temps to range from the upper 10’s in the north to the mid 30’s in SE NH. The system approaching from the west won’t bring any precip to the area until early tomorrow morning when some light snow is expected.