Generally quiet weather will return to the US today after yesterday’s severe thunderstorms. The cold front that was the driving force behind those storms will continue to move east today, but there will be hardly any instability available, thus limiting storm potential to near zero. Farther west, a weak disturbance will bring light snow to parts of the Plains, but neither impacts nor accumulation is expected to be significant. The Pacific storm train continues its brief break today before more rain and mountain snow is expected later in the week. However, a weak disturbance will help drive some light to moderate snows across the Central Rockies today. No significant accumulation or impact is expected.
Tomorrow’s weather looks similarly benign. Enjoy what’s going to be some lovely fall weather for much of the country!
For more information on your local forecast: https://weather.us/
For more information on the local forecast for ME/NH: https://forecasterjack.com/2017/11/06/warmer-today-with-a-chance-for-showers/