Today will feature slightly unsettled weather as a cold front passes through the region. This front, like the one we saw yesterday, is running low on moisture so no steady precipitation is expected. However, it will have more upper level support than yesterday’s system so instead of mountain flurries, expect mountain snow showers and possibly a squall or two as well. A few of these snow showers may drift into the foothills, but will be much more widely scattered. If you do happen to encounter a snow shower today, you can expect briefly heavy snow, reduced visibility, and a quick coating. No substantial accumulations are expected.
Skies will generally feature more clouds than sun today though folks downwind of the mountains should see plenty of sunny breaks. High temps will range from the upper 20’s in the mountains to around 40 along the NH Seacoast.