Sure, it's been brisk today, but with light winds and lots of sunshine, it's been a great November day (at least in my humble opinion.)
We do have some changes coming, as low pressure will track to our southeast. It doesn't appear that low will be close enough to bring any appreciable amounts of snow to the region, but we could see some areas of light snow, especially for coastal communities late tonight into tomorrow. We will need to keep an eye out for the formation of a "Norlun Trough" which will extend nortwest from the low off to our southeast. That trough could produce some steadier snow, especially for mid-coast Maine and adjacent communities.
By the time we get to Thursday, a bright sky will be back with us along with some cold, gusty west-northwest winds.