Today will feature cool temps and unsettled weather as a series of disturbances slide through the region. First up is a warm front that is already bringing rain to parts of SW NH. That rain will continue to expand northeastward through the morning, but it will be focused in the mountains closer to some upper-level energy. The coast may not see much if any rain today. The steadiest precip will be up in the mountains where temps will be cold enough for some of that precip to fall as a mix of snow, sleet, and freezing rain. The best chance of wintry precipitation will be above 2,000 feet in elevation but precipitation will be light enough to preclude much if any accumulation even there.
High temps today will range from around 40 in the mountains to around 50 along the coast. Skies today will be overcast across the area.
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Light snow grains falling at my place in the Oxford county foothills this morning just west of Livermore! Very light accumulation on objects but none on the ground.