Clouds will be on the increase today as our next storm begins to intensify over the Great Lakes. High pressure will remain in charge through the early afternoon though with weak westnorthwest breezes and mostly sunny skies pushing temps into the mid 20s up north and mid 30s down south. Clouds arrive near sunset and light snow is possible in the northern mountains after dark, though accumulations will remain minimal.
With this storm intensifying over the Great Lakes before tracking up the Saint Lawrence Valley, it’s going to be mostly rain once the main round of precip arrives tomorrow though the usual foothill/mountain cold spots will be dealing with some freezing rain especially during the morning. I’ll go over the storm in a bit more detail tomorrow morning but impacts are expected to be fairly limited to patchy slick travel inland.