Overcast skies are noted across the area this morning as a warm front moves through. Some light shower activity is also showing up on radar, and at least some of it is reaching the ground according to station observations up in the mountains. These clouds and showers are moving quickly east and clear skies currently over NY are headed our way. By mid-morning, expect sunny skies to develop across NH. Maine will join in the action by late morning/early afternoon.
Clear skies and light southwesterly breezes will support more warm temps today. Expect highs to range from 55 along the coast east of Portland to the low 60s in the mountains to the low/mid 70s for most of NH and western ME. We could even see a rogue shower or thunderstorm pop up this afternoon as a weak prefrontal trough develops. The best odds will be found in the mountains and in western/central NH. I certainly don’t expect widespread shower/storm activity this afternoon, but if a brief burst of rain happens to develop at your location, don’t be totally surprised.
Enjoy the nice weather while it lasts, a parade of remnant Arctic airmasses is lining up over Canada and ready to move into our area over the next couple weeks.