We’ll start off the day soggy as breezy southerly winds tap into deep tropical moisture surging north ahead of a cold front. Rain is widespread as of this writing at 8 AM ahead of the front which runs the length of the CT River Valley. Rain will be heavy at times for all areas ahead of the front this morning, but we’ll see rapid improvement this afternoon as the front sweeps east.
New Hampshire should ditch the rain between 10 this morning and the noontime hour. Clearing skies won’t be far behind. Farther east in Maine, expect rain to clear out between noon and 2 PM for all except far NE parts of the area which will stay ahead of the front for a little longer. The entire area should be enjoying clear skies in time for sunset.
High temperatures today will range from a little below 60 in the mountains near Sugarloaf to 75 in southern NH.