The light snow event that has been ongoing over the past few hours will depart off to the east in the next few hours. Warm air has moved onshore in the typical spots (Midcoast peninsulas and east of 295/95 south of Brunswick) but otherwise most of the area (except southern NH) is experiencing light snow. We have about 5-6 hours of on and off snow left before drier air works in from the west. I haven’t seen a lot of reports at this hour of the morning, but there’s no reason to believe we’ll pick up any more than 2-4″ when this system is over. In the grand scheme of things, it’s a pretty weak disturbance.
High temps today will range from 32 in the northern mountains to 40 in southern NH and SW ME. A couple breaks of sun are possible in western regions this evening but otherwise today will be overcast for all.