A powerful storm moving north of Maine, combined with the extraordinarily strong high-pressure system over Canada, is generating wind from the northwest gusting past 40 mph this morning. The wind combined with temperatures starting off in the teens and 20s is generating wind chill factor near 0°.
Under blue sky and sunshine temperatures gradually warm to 20° north and 32° south. Wind remains active throughout the day, but decreasing a bit toward sunset.
High pressure moves closer tonight, with a cold clear night low temperature near 0° north and 10 to 20° south.
Tomorrow morning is sunny, clouds increase during the afternoon as a weak wave of low pressure ripples off to our southwest.
High temperature near freezing south, in the 20s north. Wind from the west/southwest 10 to 20 mph.
A few flurries or possible tomorrow night, with low temperature in the teens and 20s.
A new high-pressure system moves in from Canada Monday with wind picking up once again and high temperature near freezing.
Low pressure advances from the southwest Tuesday with snow developing, becoming heavy at times with a few inches likely before any change over to rain and freezing rain in southern New England. A significant snowstorm, with possible freezing rain too, for the mountains of northern New England.
Precipitation winds down Wednesday with a refreeze anywhere that was wet. Thursday looks like a quiet day with temperatures near 32°. Another coastal storm is possible Friday into the weekend. Very similar to the mid-week system. Winter is back until further notice, stay tuned to our first alert 10 day forecast for details.