Low pressure over the maritimes and an associated upper level low managed to keep plenty of clouds in our sky on Thursday. This kept temperatures in the 20s and it felt even colder with a stiff northerly wind. Now for some good news. High pressure is going to move into New England tonight wiping away the clouds and setting the stage for a much brighter day on Friday with temperatures reaching the mid to upper 30s. The high will move off to the east on Saturday allowing the clouds to move back in as an area of low pressure develops off the coast of North Carolina. This low is expected to track northeastward and pass south of Cape Cod on Sunday bringing another round of snowfall to our region. The question is how far to the south will the storm go and this is crucial since it will determine just how much snowfall we can expect. Since the storm hasn't even formed yet there is no way of knowing where it will eventually go. One model is hinting at 10-14 inches of snow while another is pointing to 4-6 inches. This is a big change from yesterday when all the models were suggesting heavy snowfall. There is still plenty of time before this whole thing gets going and I'm sure there will be more changes in the models over the next 36 hours. We will keep you updated.