Cold air is slowly filtering back into the region as our next storm system slowly develops to our southwest. That means we’ll see chillier high temps (though still way too warm for this time of year) along with plenty of clouds. While the storm is close enough to bring us overcast skies, it needs a bit more time to develop before it can send any precipitation our way. Precip should begin this evening in the form of light snow across the mountains and light rain elsewhere. By tomorrow morning, heavier precipitation will arrive and some parts of the foothills may flip back from rain to snow. I’ll discuss all that in more detail tomorrow morning. For now, expect a dry and overcast day today with highs ranging from 35 in the north to 45 in southern NH.