Snow is ongoing along the immediate coastline this morning, generally east of the Turnpike as expected. Look for flakes to continue to fly in these areas through the early afternoon hours, but as temps slowly rise into the mid 30’s outside of the mountains, don’t expect much in the way of accumulations. Most treated roads should remain wet, though as always watch for a few slick spots here and there. Snow departs this afternoon as a disorganized storm system lumbers eastward towards Nova Scotia. As that system moves out, look for some clearing to develop, especially across NH where NNW winds will feature more of a downsloping component than areas farther east.