After our very light snow/rain event yesterday, we’re headed for more authentically “quiet” weather today as high pressure slides through the Mid Atlantic. Northwesterly flow ahead of that high will set up a familiar pattern for longtime readers and watchers of ME/NH weather. Expect mostly cloudy skies in upslope flow across the mountains while the coastal plain enjoys abundant sunshine. A few snow showers from the mountains have escaped into interior parts of York and Cumberland counties this morning, but no accumulations are expected outside of 1-3″ in the higher terrain.
High temps will once again fall on the milder side of climatological normals, ranging from 30 in the north to 40 in the south.