Today will start cool and cloudy, with a few lucky areas flipping that script briefly this afternoon. While warm air sits just above the surface, a very shallow cold airmass has temps in the low to mid 30’s across the region this morning. A cold front is set to move through the region today, and between the turbulence associated with the cold front and a little downsloping just behind it, coastal areas could break out into sunshine with quite mild temps for a couple of hours this afternoon. There’s a chance a few places in S NH make a run at 50! For most of the rest of the region though, we’ll go from it being cold ahead of the front to cold behind the front. Some clearing will take place downwind of the mountains this afternoon, while rain showers change to snow showers in the high terrain. Temps in the mountains will remain in the low to mid 30’s while temps along the coast will jump up into the low to mid 40’s this afternoon after the front arrives.