The offshore storm that soaked the region yesterday continues to slowly retrograde westward this morning. As a result, we have another day under its influence today. That means overcast skies and blustery north winds (25-35 mph) for all and lingering showers for areas southeast of the mountains. Showers will continue through the early afternoon before dry air begins pushing in from the north and showers depart into southern New England. Overall, today won’t feature much if any hazardous weather (though be aware that with wind gusts nearing 40 mph in spots, a scattered power outage can’t be ruled out) but it will be unpleasant by most people’s definition. Even Mother Nature wants to remind you to stay home.