Today’s weather will be defined by abundant cloud cover, some of which will make contact with the ground in the form of fog. Fog is being reported at several stations across the region this morning, though with a dense mid-level cloud deck and somewhat sparse on-the-ground observations, it’s a little hard to tell exactly where the fog is. Based on the information that is available, it looks like NH and western parts of Maine are most socked in this morning. Winds from the northeast are trying to bring some drier air into the region, but model guidance suggests those winds will try to flip around to the southeast this afternoon. Either wind direction is a relatively cool one this time of year, but if we do get some onshore flow, that would boost the odds of continued fog this afternoon.
A cold front will approach from the west today but without much instability or moisture to work with, don’t expect much in the way of rain by the time it gets to our neck of the woods. A few showers are possible in the mountains later this afternoon but that’s about it. Clearer skies will return tomorrow.
High temps today will range from around 50 up north to around 70 in far southwestern NH which will sneak into the “warm sector” of the low pressure system near Montreal.