An intensifying area of low pressure is going to move off the east coast tonight and then follow a track that will keep it a little too far south to be a major snow storm for us. The storm will provide some rather strong northeasterly winds over the next 24-36 hours along with some light snowfall of an inch or less. A band of 2-4 inch snowfall is possible across York County in Maine extending into the lakes region of New Hampshire. Any snowfall should come to an end Friday morning as the low continues to move eastward. A ridge of high pressure is going to move in for Saturday and the timing couldn't be better as the high brings us a mostly sunny day with light winds and temperatures well into the 40s. A weak cold front will bring increasing clouds on Sunday.