After our one-day run of seasonably cool temperatures yesterday, we’re headed back to mild weather today as southwesterly winds increase ahead of an approaching cold front. That front will spread clouds into the region from west to east this morning. A quick glance at satellite imagery reveals that most of the area is already beneath thick overcast as of 6:45 AM. The front will push some precipitation our way too, but everything moving in from the west will have a hard time making much headway today as a summer-like Bermuda High makes its presence known. With that in mind, the best chance for spotty light snow or mixed precip today will be found in the north and mountains. No accumulations of significance are expected.
High temps today will range from 30 in the northern mountains to the upper 40’s along the NH Seacoast.