We’ll start drearily this morning with a cold rain courtesy of low pressure moving by to our south (tis the season!). Northeast winds associated with this system will continue to bring in cool air from the north, and widespread cloud cover will keep most areas fairly chilly. Radar imagery shows showers mostly focused in the southern part of the area, closer to the low pressure system. Clouds and showers from this low will drift off to the south and east as the upper level disturbance behind the low moves offshore. This will result in skies clearing from north to south during the afternoon/evening hours. As a result, temps will be warmest in the north/northeast where the sun comes out first. Areas that won’t see clearing until after dark, SW NH for example, will likely struggle to reach the 50 degree mark this afternoon.
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