A weak storm is passing offshore to our south this morning, but it’s having some trouble moving smoothly into the Atlantic as it runs into a strong area of high pressure over Nova Scotia. As a result, we’ll be stuck with cool east/northeast flow, overcast skies, and plenty of drizzle/light rain. The steadiest rain will be found over southern parts of the area this morning. Some of that precipitation is falling as some light snow over the hills of Central NH but even there, only a coating-2″ of accumulation is expected. Mostly this is a rain event. High temps will remain surprisingly uniform across the area this afternoon, ranging from 35 in the mountains to a little above 40 along the coastal plain. Our next chance at some sunshine won’t come until Saturday as another warm storm system cruises through the region tomorrow.