The storm that brought heavy rain to the region back on Saturday night is still lingering over New Brunswick this morning. An upper level disturbance rotating around the base of the trough responsible for this storm will pass over the region today. This means we’ll end up with cloudier skies and the chance for a few rain/snow showers. Of course, the best chance for precipitation will be found in the mountains though a few drops or flakes are possible farther southeast this morning.
Drier conditions return for the afternoon as SW winds turn around to the NW. As downsloping starts to work its magic, a few breaks of sun are possible along the coastal plain before sunset. With southwesterly winds and no cold air in sight this side of Hudson Bay, we’ll be dealing with another day of above normal temps across the region. Look for highs around 35 in the north and 45 in SE NH.