General Discussion: Arctic surface high pressure looks to settle into the region tonight through Wednesday night. It then looks to move off to the east Thursday and Friday, as a strong cold front approaches the region from the northwest and passes through the area Friday night. Another area of strong arctic surface high pressure then looks to build into the region behind this system on Saturday and Sunday, before moving off to the east on Monday. The region looks to be stuck between the cyclonic flow of a strong and slow moving surface low pressure area over the New England region and the anticyclonic flow of the approaching high from tonight straight through Wednesday, this generally looks to result in cold and blustery conditions in this time frame in the region accompanied with scattered light snow showers both tomorrow and Wednesday afternoon with little to no accumulation expected. After that, temperatures look to moderate a bit on Thursday and Friday, then look to drastically plummet to arctic levels come Saturday and Sunday.
Tonight: Low: 23
Tonight looks to feature scattered snow showers (mainly light) early, under mostly cloudy to overcast conditions.
Tomorrow: High: 27 Low: 17
Scattered snow showers look to come back into the picture tomorrow afternoon, under mostly cloudy to overcast conditions.