Today will feature the slow arrival of our next storm system as low pressure drifts east through the Great Lakes. Expect morning sunshine in northeastern parts of the area to be short-lived as the system’s cloud cover arrives over the next several hours. While clouds will roll into the area quickly, precipitation will be a much different story. Expect snow to begin in SW NH around 5 PM before moving NE into Central NH/SW ME by 9 PM. The snow will only make it as far northeast as a Portland ME/Gorham NH line before running into a brick wall of Canadian dry air. The rest of the region will need to wait until tomorrow to see snow as a secondary area of low pressure develops off the NJ coast. For those that do see snow today, accumulations of a dusting (Portland/Gorham) to 3″ (SW NH) are expected.
High temps today will range from 20 in the north to 35 in SE NH.
More widespread snow arrives tomorrow.