Yesterday’s storm is now sliding away into the Atlantic which means high pressure is en route to our area today. Ahead of this high, look for clearing skies (just a few more low clouds to get rid of along the coast), cool temps, and continued northerly breezes. Northerly breezes will be strongest along the Midcoast but shouldn’t exceed 20-25mph. That’s definitely not enough for power outage issues but given the fact that many spots have over a foot of very dry snow on the ground, blowing and drifting could lead to some slick spots on the roads here and there.
High temps today will remain on the chilly side, ranging from around 15 up north to around 30 right along the coast.