Behind yesterday’s light precip event, breezy westerly winds will bring slowly clearing skies to the region today. The first to clear, as always, is the coastline where the sun is already out. Upsloping will keep clouds locked in over the mountains for at least the first half of the day, though some clearing is likely there too by this evening. The biggest weather story today will be the WNW winds which will gust over 40 mph at times across the region. That may be enough for some scattered power outages in particularly vulnerable areas. Downsloping and a continued lack of cold air basically anywhere south of the Arctic Circle will support continued mild temps today even as a Canadian airmass moves in. Expect highs to range from 35 in the north to 55 in southeastern NH.