A cold front pushed through the region last night, and cooler air has begun moving into the region as a result. That process will continue through the day today before the next wave of low pressure and associated push of warm air approaches tomorrow. Expect temps to range from around 20 in the mountains to around 35 in southern NH. That’ll feel relatively chilly, but believe it or not, the entire region will be within around 5 degrees of climatological norms by this afternoon. A light NW breeze will also contribute to the feeling that this airmass is colder than it actually is.
Satellite imagery shows some clearing in northern and central parts of the area this morning as dry air begins to work in from Canada. The thicker cloud deck present over southern areas will be tough to erode today, but most spots should at least get some breaks of sunshine today. The north will stay sunniest for the longest, while the NH/MA border has the best shot of remaining cloudy all day.
Our next round of precipitation will arrive in the form of snow and mixed precipitation tomorrow.