Today will feature mainly cloudy skies and at least a few hours of dry weather this morning before our next storm moves in this evening. The primary concern this morning will be locally dense fog which will reduce visibilities for the morning commute. Some of this fog is occurring in inland areas where the temperature is below freezing, so watch out for potential slick spots as well. Fog will gradually lift later this morning.
By the early afternoon hours, rain and snow will be developing in New Hampshire ahead of our next storm system. Snow will initially be confined to the higher terrain, with snow levels lowering after dark tonight. Coastal rain and mountain/inland snow will arrive in Maine during the evening hours.
The storm will really get cranking overnight with heavy rain along the coast and heavy snow inland. Winds will also pick up, especially along the coast heading into tomorrow. Snow totals will range from around 18″ in the mountains to dustings at the coast. I’ll have more details on this system either tonight in a special update or in tomorrow morning’s post.