We have some snow showers in the mountains and higher elevations this morning. Those will be ending as winds shift to the west later this morning and early this afternoon. We are much colder than where we were yesterday morning; starting off at about 15 degrees colder in many places. Today we will see mostly sunny skies with high temperatures making it into the 30s across the state and into New Hampshire. It'll feel colder though with the winds at 15-20 mph gusting up to 35 mph at times.
Tonight temperatures will be chilly again, dropping into the upper teens and lower to mid 20s. It'll be partly cloudy overnight. Winds will be out of the west at around 10-15 mph.
But tomorrow temperatures will make it to a few degrees higher and warm into the upper 30s and low 40s. It'll be another day with lots of sunshine. Winds will stay westerly at 10-15 mph.
That potential storm system mid week looks to be kind of a dud for us. It'll stay mostly to our south. We may see some snow showers Tuesday night and through the day on Wednesday but that's about it from this one. I'm thinking snow showers will be in the south and eastern parts of the state with little to no accumulation.
Have a wonderful Sunday.