Today will feature the arrival of our next storm system as low pressure moves through the Great Lakes. Morning sunshine across eastern parts of the area will be relatively short-lived as a result, with overcast skies expected region-wide by noon. Precipitation will lag behind the clouds by another few hours, with rain arriving in New Hampshire around 5 PM. Rain will continue to spread NE this evening, reaching northeastern parts of the area around 9-10 PM.
While rain will be the predominant precipitation type for most of the area at the beginning of this storm, snow is expected in the mountains. The best bet for snow this evening will be north of Route 2, but the White Mountains should see a changeover to snow tonight. As far as snow accumulations go, the mountains will generally see 3-6″, with a sharp dropoff in accumulations as you head south. Coastal areas might see some flakes early tomorrow morning, but no accumulations are expected.
High temps will range from 35 in the north to around 50 in SE NH.