Current radar imagery shows plenty of rain impacting the area as a weak storm system moves north through Massachusetts. This rain will be heavy at times over the next few hours, but will be gradually departing as that system moves past the area during the afternoon. Expect dry conditions across NH by the mid/late morning hours (10-11 AM), with the rain moving out of our part of Maine by mid afternoon (2-3PM).
Breezy easterly winds ahead of the storm center this morning will be replaced with gentle westerly breezes behind the system this afternoon. As that wind shift occurs, expect quick clearing from west to east. Everyone will see sunshine by this afternoon as the storm moves up into Canada.
The airmass behind this storm is relatively warm, having arrived from the Midwest instead of Canada. As a result, high temps will be on the warmer side today ranging from around 50 in the far north to 65 in SE NH.