A Nor’easter that brought damaging wind, heavy rain, ice and snow to New England yesterday is finally pulling away from the region and moving into the Canadian Maritimes.
Gusty winds will still be around today, but not nearly as powerful as they were yesterday. Cloudy skies will give way to some sunshine this afternoon. Highs today will reach into the 40s.
Gusty winds will finally slacken tonight as clouds move back in across the region as a brief weather system passes overhead. Expecting a few rain showers.
Lows will bottom-out in the low 30s south to mid 20s north. Unseasonable warmth is in store for tomorrow with highs reaching into the lower 50s south and 40s elsewhere.
A cold front moves through New England during the day, bringing some rain showers with it.
A series of waves of low pressure from Canada will pivot across our area into the weekend, bringing the chance of snow showers across the mountains of Vermont and New Hampshire.
Friday features mostly sunny skies with highs in the 40s behind cold frontal passage. Continued mostly sunny skies for Saturday with highs cresting into the upper 30s south to upper 20s north.
Sunday will bring more sun and clouds, extending into the start of the work week.