After our 70’s on Wednesday, and snow in southern parts of the area yesterday, we’re headed for somewhat of a middle ground today with seasonable temperatures and some light mixed precipitation. Look for highs ranging from 30 in the mountains to 40 on the NH seacoast. Skies will start at least partly sunny this morning, but clouds will move in midday ahead of our next storm system. Precipitation will develop from west to east through the mid/late afternoon hours, initially falling as snow or rain depending on surface temps. As warm air continues to flow in aloft, expect a transition to more mixed precipitation types with freezing rain and sleet forecast for a large part of the area by the early evening. The immediate coastline will likely stay warm enough for all rain. Precipitation will depart from west to east early in the night tonight.