Today will feature slowly improving weather as the area of low pressure responsible for bringing rain and snow to the region over the past couple days moves slowly east. A few lingering bands of showers/flurries are noted on radar and with a glance out the window this morning. These shouldn’t result in any accumulations and will dissipate within the next couple hours. Cloud cover will take a bit longer to move out of the area, but by sunset western parts of the region may be able to catch a glimpse of the sun. High temps will remain well on the cooler side of normal, ranging from 45 in the mountains to around 50 or perhaps 55 in interior parts of Maine and SW NH.