Before I dig into today’s weather, I’ve seen many reports this morning of black ice across the area as we were a bit slow to dry off after yesterday’s light precip, and the residual moisture wasted no time freezing as cooler air moved in. The ice should melt quickly after sunrise, but be sure to watch out for slick spots if you’re headed out before then.
Much nicer weather is in store for today as our three-part storm system finally exits to the east. Expect mostly sunny skies outside the mountains (where upslope clouds will be slow to dissipate) along with much milder temperatures due to a combination of warmer air aloft and downsloping winds. Highs will range from 35 in the north to around 50 in SE NH.
Another round of showers will arrive on the leading edge of some colder air tomorrow.