Mild weather will continue to impact the region today as high pressure slides offshore and southwesterly flow once again takes over our area. Any glimpses of sun this morning will be short-lived as clouds stream in from the west ahead of our next storm system. Despite the relative lack of sunshine, temps will still warm up into the 40s for most of the area outside the mountains which will hang onto temps in the mid/upper 30s.
Our next storm system will split in two as it approaches northern New England with one component heading east into the Atlantic and another component moving north into Quebec. That means that precipitation will be light and scattered in nature tonight. Flurries/snow showers will be the dominant mode of precip in the mountains while sprinkles and rain showers will fall closer to the coast.
We’ll get one more warm day tomorrow before a powerful Arctic cold front finally sets the record straight tomorrow evening.