Today will feature morning snow and coastal mix that will be heavy at times before clearing skies this evening. Look for highs in the upper 20’s north and upper 30’s along the immediate coast with most areas topping out just above freezing after the storm leaves this evening. Mostly cloudy skies are expected though some SW NH and ME communities could see a peek of sun before it dips below the horizon. Below is a little more detail on how the storm evolves this morning.
Rain and snow is currently continuing to impact the area with light to moderate snow currently reported throughout the area. Some coastal areas have warmed up above freezing and are experiencing rain but this is limited currently to southern York county and the midcoast peninsulas. The rain/snow line is currently inching NW but is not expected to make much progress past rt 1.
Snow totals are likely to end up on the higher range of the map I posted last night especially near the coast where heavy snow continues to fall despite earlier predictions of rain. Some mix is still possible but will likely be less expansive than forecast.
Snow and mixed precip will move out this afternoon with some peeks of sun possible this evening in the west.