After two weak disturbances brought some cloud cover and some very light precip to the region yesterday, we have another system set to continue the trend today. As with yesterday’s systems, low-level dry air will limit the coverage and intensity of precipitation today. While I think most folks will see at least a few raindrops (or perhaps even ice pellets/snowflakes) some spots could remain entirely dry. The best chance for precip will be in southern areas and in the mountains. Areas north of a Fryeburg-Brunswick-Belfast line may see some frozen precipitation briefly mix in midday. No accumulation is expected.
High temps today will remain on the chillier side, ranging from the mid 30s in the north to the mid 40s right along the coast.
If you miss out on stray snowflakes today, fear not! We have more on the way tomorrow night into Friday.