Today will feature the passage of a decently strong cold front, though without much moisture, you probably won’t notice until it’s gone. Ahead of the front, some warm air advection showers and drizzle are noted across the region this morning. These should wrap up over the next hour or two, with a period of dry weather arriving for the late morning hours. The front itself will march west to east during the early afternoon, and may bring a brief shower or two along its leading edge. Behind the front, expect gusty WNW winds around 35-40 mph. Those winds will be enough to notice on your way home, but shouldn’t cause any power outage issues.
Temps ahead of the front this morning will be relatively mild, ranging from 35 in the mountains and favored foothill spots to around 50 on the NH Seacoast.