Another weak area of low pressure will race by to our south today as a weak upper level disturbance zips northeast. This system won’t get its act together until it’s way out in the North Atlantic, so we can safely rule out any heavy precip. That said, there should be just enough moisture and lift to produce some scattered showers and possibly a brief period of light steady precipitation across parts of western ME and NH today. Precip is most likely between 11 AM and 5 PM in southern parts of the area. Temps will be hovering in the mid/upper 30’s over this area this afternoon, so precip will fall as a mix of rain/snow. As a result, any accumulations should be limited to <1″ on colder surfaces.
High temps will range from 30 in the north to 40 in SE NH.