It took over a week but we finally managed to rid ourselves of the leftover moisture from Sandy today. Sunshine dominated the sky as high pressure moved over New England but that sunshine did little to warm things up. For the second day in a row temperatures remained in the 30s at most locations making it feel more like early December than early November. Now with this cold air in place we have a storm system moving our way. All the computer models agree that the storm is going to intensify as it moves up the east coast on Wednesday. I don't expect any precipitation to reach us during the day but you will see increasing cloudiness and perhaps more importantly increasing northeasterly winds. These could gust to near 40 mph near the coast. Snowfall will move into our region Wednesday evening and then change to a mix of sleet and rain by Thursday morning. I don't expect much in the way of accumulating snow from this because the ground is still warm and this should result in considerable melting leaving most spots with an inch or two and slightly higher totals in the mountains. The storm is going to wind down on Thursday and them move off to the east on Friday allowing for some sunshine and closer to normal temperatures.