Another quiet day of weather is expected today as our pesky ocean storm sends one last disturbance in our direction. This system, in the form of an upper-level low dropping south from Quebec, appears not to have enough moisture to produce much if any precipitation though it will result in some increased clouds this afternoon. Look for mostly sunny skies along the coast and foothills this morning while upslope clouds remain locked against the higher summits. As the afternoon goes on, those clouds should dissipate before being replaced by low/mid level clouds associated with this upper-level low. High temps today will range from the mid/upper 20s up north to the mid 30s along the coastal plain.
Peering into the extended outlook, our next couple chances at snowstorms appear to miss wide right as various upper-level disturbances just couldn’t get into the right place at the right time. This should leave our region experiencing mostly quiet weather for the next week to ten days before another pattern shakeup could produce conditions more favorable for snow.