Cool temps continue courtesy of the system exiting the Midwest, a very busy day in store for the Northeast and things stay mostly dry in the West. Make sure to check the status of your favorite resort right here at RC



A dry day in store for most in the region, with the exception of the Sierra which could see a a few flakes. While things stay dry, they also stay unseasonably cool with highs from the mid teens in the mountain ranges to the upper 40's to low 50's near the coast.      



The system that beat up on the Midwest yesterday takes shape in the region, bringing heavy rains and a wintry mix for upper New York state and New England. Flood watches are in effect for areas from Pennsylvania to Vermont, and black ice could become an issue for travelers very quickly. Make sure to check road and resort status before you head out. Highs from the mid 30's in New England to the mid 50's further south.  



As Tuesday's system moves east, it leaves very cold temps, high winds and lingering snow showers behind. Most northern states will see snow showers throughout the day, and many further south will be dealing with sharply cooler temps after yesterday's rain. Highs for many in the region won't make it out of the single digits today, so bundle up and travel safe.