Today will feature cool temps and blustery northwest winds as cold air reclaims its rightful place over New England. Temps will hold roughly steady for the next several hours in the low 20s up north and mid 30s along the coast before falling as the sun starts to sink a bit this afternoon. Winds will kick up into the 25-35mph range especially in the next few hours as the best overlap of diurnal heating and wind aloft occurs. That isn’t quite power outage territory but you’ll definitely feel it if you’re headed outside.
Cloud cover and precip will follow the usual upslope/downslope pattern with clouds and snow showers upwind of the mountains and partly to mostly sunny skies elsewhere.