The storm is pulling away
As of 5 AM Wednesday, the storm that has impacted the region in the past day heads northeast. As the cold front works through on the back side, snow showers are expected to break out (not shown in this simulated radar loop) that may bring additional accumulation for the higher elevations, and a solid dusting in other areas.
There is a storm approaching late in the loop, more on that in a minute.
Temperatures for the day will be falling throughout the day. By evening, temperatures could be at least 30° cooler compared to where northern Maine starts off the day.
The National Weather Service as issued a wind advisory for York County, southern New Hampshire, all of Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Wind gusting to around 50 mph through this evening.
By 10 PM Wednesday night, the wind chill factor appears to be below zero for much of the state. As the wind slowly diminishes, the mountains and north start Thursday with indices below zero, the rest of the region in the single digits above.
Any snow and slush from the mess from the latest storm will turn into cement by tonight. This cold air coming in isn't going anywhere anytime soon.
Storm passes by to the south
The upper low on the backside of the latest storm moves to the south and east of the region Thursday. I can't rule out some snow showers for the coast for around the York County area, but will likely be very light with little to no accumulation.
I will do my best to get the 5-Day Outlook page updated and have more information on the weekend in my next update.
Have a great day!
Eight year forecaster.