A warm front is currently trying (and mostly failing) to make its way north through the region, and it will remain hung up over southern parts of the area for the rest of the day. The result will be mostly cloudy skies, cooler temps, and plenty of opportunities for rain. The first showers of the day are already in progress along an axis from Lebanon NH to Portland ME. These will slowly dry up over the next few hours. Dry conditions will prevail between the mid morning and mid afternoon hours as we sit between two upper level disturbances. Showers will pick up again from SW to NE during the afternoon ahead of the second disturbance. These showers will last later into tonight, and will be much heavier, dropping a quick .5-1.25″ of rain before clearing tomorrow.
High temps today will range from 55 along the coast to 60 or 65 for most of the rest of the area. The usual SW NH warm spots will jump up into the low to mid 70’s today as they enjoy the airmass behind the warm front. Those warmer temps will help to fuel more convective activity across the southern half of the area this afternoon/evening, so don’t be shocked if you hear a rumble or two of thunder.