Chilly air pouring out of Canada will generally keep our weather pattern quiet for several days to come.
Clouds will increase Wednesday as temperatures only top out in the 30s, well below average. Chilly north-northeast winds blowing over the mild ocean may produce a few flurries near the coast.
We drop into the teens and 20s again by Thursday morning, but by afternoon, we’ll reach the 30s to near 40 as winds turn out of the west-southwest.
A cold front will slice through New England during the day and at night, turning our winds back to the west-northwest. That will allow some snow showers to develop in the mountains of Northern New England, and it will also bring back chillier air for Friday. Highs will be in the 30s, despite sunshine, to end the week.
Saturday is even colder, with highs for many stuck in the 20s. We rebound a bit, back into the 30s, on Sunday. Both days will still be quiet.
A storm will likely be nearby around Tuesday of next week. Right now it looks like most of that would miss, but we’ll keep a close eye on its track as we get closer.
By mid-month, signs continue to point towards a warmer pattern, generally speaking.