Early morning clouds and southern showers have ushered in a drying northwest wind that promises sunny but brisk conditions for most of New England today, with high temperatures generally 55-60, but wind chill values about 50-55 and even cooler air across the North Country.
Overnight, cold northern air will couple with a disturbance aloft to produce some northern mountain snow showers, accumulating a coating in the valleys but two inches in the high terrain, with snowflakes diminishing slowly Tuesday morning.
Elsewhere, a chilly overnight with lows in the 30s and wind chill values a bit lower will lead to a day of building clouds and highs only in the 40s Tuesday, with a bit more sun but continued chilly conditions Wednesday.
Our next chance of rain showers arrives later Thursday and if enough cool air lingers, a brief mix is possible for some but we expect mostly raindrops to last through Thursday night into early Friday.
Another disturbance will deliver light precipitation later Saturday & Saturday night with a bit of moderation in temperatures this weekend into next week in the exclusive 10-day forecast.