Today will feature clouds and showers as day one of our nor’easter gets going. Even now, rain (and snow if you happen to be on Mt. Washington) is falling across the area in scattered shower form. This should how things go this morning, but by afternoon, a coastal front will set up and steady rain will overspread the area with heaviest amounts over southern coastal ME where the front sets up. Winds should remain light today as the cyclone itself is still undeveloped.
As far as the rest of the week goes, expect the heaviest rain to be tomorrow and tomorrow night but keep the umbrellas handy until Friday. Rain stays in the forecast until Thursday, clearing Friday, and back to bright Saturday. Check out the 7 day forecast here.