A few snow showers will move through the mountains and northern Maine tonight, dropping a coating to an inch or so in some towns. Elsewhere it will be another quiet and chilly night with lows mainly in the teens.

The next four days will continue to be colder than average. Monday will be sunny with highs in the 20s inland to low 30s along the coast. It’ll be clear to partly cloudy and very cold again Monday night, with lows in the single digits for most. Tuesday looks partly sunny with highs between 25 and 30.

A few flurries or snow showers are possible Tuesday night and early Wednesday as another shot of cold air arrives. Highs Wednesday will be in the teens in the mountains, 20s elsewhere.

The next storm doesn’t arrive until Saturday and it could end up being mainly rain.