A complex storm system will begin approaching the region from the west today, though it will be in no rush to get here. As a result, expect clouds to increase today while any precipitation evaporates before it can hit the ground. Filtered sunshine during the morning hours will help push temps back above seasonal averages before a reinforcing shot of cold air arrives tonight. Expect highs to range from around 30 in the north to around 40 in SE NH.
Some snow/sleet is possible late this evening (after 9 PM) in SW NH but overall, dry weather is expected. I’ll take a more in-depth look at the storm in tomorrow’s update as precipitation will start to fall in the SW half of the region tomorrow morning before spreading NE tomorrow night.