By Jack Donnelly, meteorologist
An upper trough remains in place over the
northeastern US and Canada, with more concentrated smaller areas of low
pressure swinging around this larger low, kicking off occasional snow showers
particularly over the northwestern highlands of the southern New England
region. We here will likely be spared and snow, but a flake or two floating
across the sky in the afternoon is possible, but nothing in the way of
accumulating snow is expected.
Morning lows around 30 and afternoon highs in the low
40’s with gusty northwesterly winds negating the warming effect of the sun.
Hey, at least we’ll see some sunlight, which is a plus.