The slow-moving nor'easter that brought three inches of rain to the area way back on Tuesday has gotten stuck near Nova Scotia. That's far enough away that we are out of the storm's precipitation shield, but close enough to give us a couple more windy, brisk days before a milder high pressure system arrives. For today that means some sun and a high in the upper 30s, which is a bit on the cool side for the last week of fall. The northwest winds will push the wind chills down into the upper 20s. The National Weather Service says there is a slight chance of flurries tonight but the operative word there is 'slight'.
Tomorrow is expected to be slightly warmer than today with a high in the low 40s, but the wind chill will remain in the 20s.
A Pacific high pressure system should finally reach the East Coast on Sunday, bringing us several days of mild, uneventful weather. Look for mostly sunny skies and a high in the mid 40s on Sunday, warming to the upper 40s on Monday. Rain might make an appearance on Tuesday but for now that doesn't look like a big deal and we should quickly return to drier weather for the remainder of next week.