Today will feature partly to mostly sunny skies, cool temps, and light winds as we’re left in a little bit of a weather purgatory, removed from the direct influence of any strong weather system. Look for highs right around 20 in the north and right around 30 in the south. Clouds will eventually edge out the sun as it sets below the horizon this afternoon as a clipper type system kicks us out of purgatory. Some light snow is expected by sundown across southern NH but we’ll have to wait until the early hours tomorrow morning for the next little disturbance to bring us some flakes. In terms of accumulations, a widespread coating-2″ is forecast with a few spots along the coast and midcoast especially seeing 2-4″. I’ll tweet out a snowfall accumulation map at some point today and post one here in tomorrow morning’s update. Snow will be generally light so no major issues are expected.