This Afternoon: A stalled low pressure system located to the south of Nova Scotia will continue to bring mostly cloudy skies to the area this afternoon. In addition, a few snow showers are possible, especially in the hills. Temperatures this afternoon will remain in the mid 30s to low 40s. Tonight: That low pressure system will remain stalled to the south of Nova Scotia tonight. Mostly cloudy skies are expected for tonight and don’t be surprised to see a passing snow shower or two. Low temperatures tonight will be near 25 Degrees. Wednesday: That low pressure system will begin to move away and thus gradually increasing sunshine is expected during the day on Wednesday. This means that we will probably see the most cloudiness during the morning and gradually less clouds during the afternoon. High temperatures Wednesday will be between 35 and 40 Degrees. Thursday Through Friday: High pressure takes control of the weather on Thursday and Friday with plenty of sunshine expected both days. High temperatures on both Thursday and Friday will be between 35 and 40 Degrees. This Weekend: The storm system that I mentioned in Sunday’s forecast for this weekend looks to stay well to our southeast. This means our weekend weather looks sunny with high temperatures on both Saturday and Sunday near 35 Degrees. For Those Of You That Need To Plan Way Ahead For Possible Snowfalls – The next chance that I see for a potential accumulating snowfall is around next Friday or next Saturday (January 15 or January 16). The weather pattern around that time looks quite favorable for an East Coast storm that could bring accumulating snow from the Mid-Atlantic states right up into New England, including here in Western and Central Mass. Beyond that, we could see a stretch of below average to even well below average temperatures (e.g. COLD!!) during the week of January 18 and this could be followed by yet another threat for an accumulating snowfall between January 23 and January 25.