Last night’s storm came in about as expected, though some spots got a bit more snow than expected. The system responsible for producing the snow is now cruising towards Nova Scotia and as a result, any leftover flurries will quickly taper off. Winds will turn northwesterly as the low departs, though the absence of a strong area of high pressure behind the system means that gusts likely won’t exceed 20 mph. As with any northwest flow situation, the coast will be first to clear out this morning. Abundant sunshine will push temps to around 50 especially along the coast of Maine. Much more snow fell down in southern NH so high temps there may be limited to the mid/upper 40s. The mountains will be the coolest under persistent overcast in the upper 30s.