Today will feature the slow approach of a cold front, which means another day of light SW breezes and mild temperatures. Highs will range from around 30 in the north to around 45 in southern NH. Satellite imagery this morning shows high cirrus clouds spreading across the entire area, with a thicker mid level cloud deck advancing through central NH into SW ME. Generally, most of the area will experience mostly cloudy conditions today though some breaks of sun are possible especially as you head farther northeast.
A weak wave of low pressure will develop along the front this afternoon as it passes through the region. This will bring a period of light snow to the mountains and possibly the foothills north of route 2 between around noon and around 4 PM. Accumulations of up to an inch are possible in most spots, with 1-2″ in the higher terrain. While a few flakes or raindrops could fall farther south, they’ll barely be noticeable.
Several rounds of more substantial rain/ice/sleet/snow are expected later in the week.