Today will feature a solidly moderate snow event as a decidedly unimpressive wave of low pressure slips on by to our east. This storm’s minimum central pressure this morning is 1022mb, a number that would make for a halfway decent high pressure center on most days. The result of the weak storm will be weak dynamics aloft, which will subsequently translate into a lack of heavy snow during the day today. What this storm will lack in intensity, it will make up for in consistency, and steady snow likely has another 10-12 hours left, after starting about 9 hours ago. Accumulations won’t be anything too noteworthy, but 4-8″ along the coast and 2-4″ in the foothills/mountains will be enough to make roads slick for both commutes today. Highs will range from 25 in the north to 30 along the NH seacoast.