High pressure settles in briefly today. Sunshine and cool temperatures will make for a pleasant day. However, cloud cover increases tonight as an area of low pressure will track across the Gulf States before beginning it’s trek up the east coast tomorrow. This Nor’easter will be much weaker than what we saw last week and the effects will be much less significant. Tuesday sees scattered showers and chilly temperatures. The worst effects with this system will be seen on Wednesday as scattered rain and snow showers combined with blustery winds will make for a less than ideal day. No real snow accumulations are expected at this point but the higher elevations could see a dusting to an inch or so.
By Thursday, the area of low pressure will be up into New England and we’ll see a transition back to pleasant weather. High pressure will begin to build back in and Thursday through the end of the weekend sees a return to mild weather. Temperatures moderate each day and by the weekend a lot of locations will be nearing the 60 degree mark. It’s going to be a really nice weekend, unless you’re already in ski mode.