The upper air low pressure system that has plagued us since last week finally began to move away from us today allowing for some breaks in the clouds. The low will continue moving eastward over the next 24 hours only to be followed be another low that should be located over eastern Virginia by Wednesday morning. This low is going to work in tandem with high pressure to our north to create a stiff northeasterly wind that should pump more moisture our way from the Gulf of Maine. Look for considerable cloudiness to result from this on Wednesday along with the chance for a few rain or snow showers. On Thursday the low will be moving by to our south with a trough of low pressure hanging back to the northwest. It is this trough that promises to bring us some snowfall Thursday into Thursday night and depending on where it sets up the snowfall could be light or quite heavy. Right now it appears that the heavy snowfall will be confined to southern New Hampshire and perhaps York County but this could change. The snow will wind down Friday morning and with high pressure building in Saturday is looking very nice.