A weak area of low pressure will pass to our north today which means we’ll be dealing with very warm weather, abundant cloud cover, and a couple rounds of precipitation. The first round of precip is in progress this morning across far northern areas. It’s falling as a light mix of snow and sleet based on observations from Rangely. This precip will remain light and confined to northern areas over the next few hours.
The second round of precip will have a better shot at impacting the entire region beginning later in the afternoon. This precip will be forced by the storm’s cold front and will fall as rain wherever it does fall. At the moment, it looks like we’ll see a line of showers enter the Connecticut River Valley around 6-7 PM before slowly falling apart as it moves east. If you live in northern parts of the area (north of Route 2) or in western NH, you can expect some showers. The farther southeast you go, the less likely the showers become. Either way, this is a low-impact event.
High temps will range from outrageously warm for mid-March along the coastal plain (mid 50’s for most, low to mid 60’s for southern NH) to seasonably mild in the mountains (low 40’s).