Today will feature a brief brush with light snow during the morning hours as a wave of low pressure slides north along the frontal boundary that moved through yesterday. This is a weak and fast-moving system, so don’t expect much in the way of snow, especially in the mountains. Parts of the coastline could see a quick 1-2″ before the snow tapers off in the next 2-3 hours.
Some clearing is expected behind this system during the midday hours before mid/high clouds approach again this evening ahead of our next cold front. High temps today will range from 20 in the north to 35 in SE NH.