Slow moving low pressure at the surface and aloft will circulate across the region into early Tuesday. High pressure will then start to move towards the area Tuesday afternoon and remain for much of Wednesday. A cold front is expected to drop across the area late Wednesday through early Thursday. High pressure and warmer temperatures will build over the area late next.
Meanwhile, for our northern neighbors, widespread cloud cover and light rain Monday night will keep temps quite unseasonably cool in the low 40s across the Champlain and St. Lawrence Valleys while the Adirondacks and eastern Vermont will fall into the upper 30s. Some areas will likely see several inches of new snow across the higher peaks by Tuesday morning, with little to no accumulation expected below 2500 feet due to warm soil temps.