A gray cool day
You may want to grab an extra layer if working outside today as it will be breezy enough to add a bit if a snap to the air. Wind chill values will run in single digits to teens north and around 20° south. A storm offshore is tapping into the cold to the north and hauling it into the region.
I don't expect much in the way of precipitation for the day. Snow showers lurk just offshore from the storm to the southeast. If the storm jogs a bit north, that may bring them to the shorelines. This appears to be a decent ocean effect snow day the south shore of Massachusetts and the Cape. There may be some interesting snow totals from there by the time it wraps up Tuesday night.
A sneaky inverted trough set up
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