Today will feature the departure of last night’s storm as low pressure moves swiftly from Cape Cod into New Brunswick. The main part of the storm’s precipitation has already departed NH, and will be moving out of Maine in the next few hours. A band has developed on the storm’s back side in New York and may bring a period of light snow mid/late morning, but outside of the mountains not much accumulation is expected. In the mountains, an additional 1-3″ is expected from that band as well as some upslope that will continue through the afternoon/evening today.
Temps will be on the warmer side today, ranging from 25 in the north to 35 in the south. Skies will remain mostly cloudy except for the coastal plain which is likely to see at least a few sunny breaks later this afternoon.
Our next storm system will arrive Friday with light snow in the mountains and light rain along the coast.