Today will feature warmer temps that come at the cost of cloudier skies. The reason for both is the approach of a cold front from the Great Lakes, which is both dragging warm air north and spreading cloudiness east. High temps will range from 35 in the mountains to 45 in the foothills to 40 along the immediate coast. Most of the day should be dry, but parts of NH could see a few rain or snow showers this afternoon, with the best chance for flakes in the higher terrain.
More organized precip arrives tomorrow and will fall as snow at higher elevations, with rain for most of the rest of us.