The powerful Canadian high pressure system we’ve been watching for the past few days is now passing over Montreal and is headed slowly southeast. Because we’re closer to the center of the high, we’ll see northerly/northeasterly winds settle down a bit today. We’ll still get to enjoy the cool temperatures and sunny skies associated with the system, though a pocket of cool air aloft will support some afternoon cumulus clouds popping up in response to daytime heating. None of those clouds should be tall enough to drop any rain. High temps today will be quite similar to those we saw yesterday, ranging from the mid 50s in the north to the low 60s in the south.
Teddy is still on track to move well to our east tomorrow and Tuesday, bringing a period of powerful swells that begin to arrive today before peaking in intensity on Tuesday evening.