Today will feature continued cool weather and breezy west/northwest winds as a series of cold fronts move offshore. The first boundary is already southeast of the area and is bringing rounds of steady rain to far SE MA this morning. Light NW flow is being observed behind this feature. A few radar echoes over the mountains indicate a flurry or sprinkle can’t be ruled out, but there’s no reason to believe any more than that would reach the ground.
The second boundary is currently moving through the Great Lakes and has little to no precipitation associated with it. This will cross the region later in the afternoon with little more than a mountain flurry and an eastward retreat of the sea breeze front. The first boundary has much more in the way of cloud cover associated with it so we should see clearing skies beginning mid/late morning. The second boundary might be able to generate a few cumulus clouds if that.
Temps will remain on the chillier side of normal as unseasonably cool air has flooded most of North America east of the Rockies. Look for highs ranging from 35 in the mountains to 50 along the coastal plain. As usual, the midcoast will be a bit chillier around 45.