Today will feature more cool temps and unsettled weather as a weak area of low pressure races through southern New England. Overcast skies are being observed across the region this morning and clouds will generally rule the day though a few breaks of sun are possible right around sunset. These clearing-at-dusk days often produce great sunset photography opportunities, so get your cameras ready!
In addition to the clouds, this system is also pushing some precipitation through southern parts of the region this morning. With cool temps and cooler dew points, most of this precipitation is falling as snow (except perhaps right along the shoreline). So far, no snow has been reported north of Portland but a few flurries could make it as far north as Fryeburg/Lewiston/Rockland. Any accumulations will be limited to interior York County and adjacent parts of southern NH where a quick 1-3″ is likely. Snow will taper off later this morning.
High temps will remain chilly today due to the cloud cover, precipitation, and northerly winds. Look for highs across the region to top out between 40 and 45.