We’ll remain on the outside edge of a strong ocean storm today, which means that we’ll see plenty of cloud cover along with cool temps and NNE breezes. Thankfully, the system will be just far enough south that the region should stay mostly dry. The one exception to this will be later this afternoon near the NH/MA border where some showers are possible. Some patches of clear sky are noted on satellite imagery this morning over much of NH as well as the Maine mountains. Expect this sunshine to be short-lived during the morning as more clouds rotate onshore over the next few hours.
Highs will be warmest where the sunshine hangs on the longest in the CT River valley. Temps there will rise into the low 60’s. Most of the rest of the area will see temps in the mid to upper 50’s.