Today’s weather will be overseen by the passage of a coastal low well to our southeast. This storm will be too far away to bring us into any heavy snow bands, but it will come close enough for the entire area to feel colder temps and breezy NNE winds, and some places along the midcoast and NH seacoast will see some light snow. Total snow accumulations will range from a dusting (if any) in Southern NH to possibly as much as 1-2″ in the Rockland-Camden area. NNE winds are bringing in not just a colder airmass, but also a drier one, which will keep everyone away from the immediate coast dry, and could even prevent places like the 295 corridor from Portland to Brunswick from seeing snow. Be sure to watch the HD radar products on weather.us to stay ahead of the snow today. If you follow that link, click the map to zoom in to county level to track the snow town by town.
High temps today will range from the upper 10’s in the northeastern part of the area to the upper 20’s in the Manchester NH area. Skies will be mainly overcast due to the storm though some sunny breaks are in the cards this afternoon for most folks as the storm departs.