The weather is going to be a little all over the place across the Northeast during the next few days. The northern half of the region will be a bit more stable with daytime highs in the 50s (and even 60s tonight in areas), and lows well down into the 30s, with things cooling off progressively through the weekend. This will continue a string fairly cold, crisp mornings of the sort where you expect to see shooter bucks cruising. Although this evening will be a little on the warm side, my group here in NY has seen better overall movement then, despite the higher temps. Farther north, Randy Flannery of Wilderness Escape Outfitters in Maine reports that mature bucks are up and chasing there, too, and he expects good movement today and into the weekend.