Today will feature generally cool and unsettled weather as the center of last night’s storm meanders through the area. The worst of the storm is done as the low level jet that brought last night’s powerful winds moves up into New Brunswick. We’ll be stuck with the leftovers today in the form of clouds, showers, and some breezy conditions. The best chance for showers and gusty NW winds will be in southwestern NH, SW of the low’s center. Most of Maine will enjoy copious drizzle today as low level moisture sticks around while the mid/upper levels dry out. A few heavier showers are possible along the coastal plain this evening as the low moves east.
Temps will be on the chillier side for the whole region with highs in the low 40’s over the CT valley. The rest of the area will see temps generally falling from current readings in the mid 50’s to the upper 40’s by this evening.