Last night an arctic cold front moved through with some snow which may have accumulated to an inch or so, but more importantly, it brought some much colder air. Today will just be cold. No sugar coating on that one. Temps will struggle to get above 25 or so anywhere in New England. I'm not looking for too much wind at the moment, but that could make things feel even colder. Regarding the potential nor'easter for Saturday into Sunday, it is looking less like a nor'easter, and more like a wave of low pressure passing off to our southeast. I may or may not have a snow map ready this afternoon but there is a good possibility that if the 12z models agree on one solution or another, confidence will be high enough for a snow map.