Today will feature slightly cooler temps and continued generally quiet weather as low pressure continues to meander around the Canadian Maritimes. NW flow behind that system will continue to be the primary influence on our weather today. Normally, with NW flow we see clouds and upslope precip in the mountains while sunshine rules the coastal plain. However, a weak disturbance embedded within that NW flow will help extend clouds and the chance for snow showers all the way to the coast as it passes through this morning. No impacts of significance are expected, but don’t be shocked if you find a flake or two on your way out the door. Later this afternoon, that disturbance will depart the region and some breaks of sun are expected to develop along the coast.
While there’s no true cold air in sight this side of Hudson Bay, some less-warm air has been filtering into our area in response to those NW breezes. As a result, expect slightly cooler temps today with highs ranging from 25 in the north to around 40 in SE NH.