A strong nor’easter – one that brought 1 to 3 feet of snow to portions of New Jersey, New York State and Western New England, and widespread power outages to Eastern New England – is slowly wobbling its way north and eastward away from the region today.
On the backside of this storm center, clouds continue to pinwheel in to the region this morning and gusty northwest winds are persisting over the area. That, combined with temperatures in the lower and middle 30s, is making for a rather chilly early March day.
Drier air will slowly but surely work its way into our area today, allowing for more numerous holes in the overcast and thus a gradual improvement to our Thursday weather. Expect afternoon temperatures between 35 and 40F under a messy mix of clouds and patches of blue sky and sunshine. It’ll remain breezy through the day.
Fairly similar weather conditions are anticipated for Friday, with a slight chance at a flurry or passing snow shower or snow squall during the afternoon.