Rain will arrive today from south to north and will continue through the evening and overnight hours before ending mid day tomorrow. A slow-moving system rich in moisture and moving in from the Caribbean is responsible for the rain and due to its tropical nature, a lot of rain can be expected. Totals of 1-2″+ are expected with the highest amounts along the coast where a coastal front will enhance lift for heavy precipitation. Rain arrival time is a tricky one because a little appendage has formed well ahead of the main system. This appendage is currently bringing rain to SW NH as seen in this morning’s radar imagery.
This band of showers will drift north today bringing on and off showers to most of the region even before the heavier rain arrives this evening.
Temps will be cool in areas of drizzle and fog today all due to winds turning onshore. Look for temps in the mid 40’s for most with low 50’s in far NW areas where a combination of partial sun this morning and downsloping winds will enable warmer temps.
Rain, drizzle, and fog continue tomorrow and for parts of Thursday before warmer and sunnier weather arrive for Friday accompanied by the chance for thunderstorms.