High pressure has now crossed east of our area which means that winds will turn around to the southwest today. Naturally this means we’ll expect warmer temps and some sort of unsettled weather as warm air dislodges previously-established cold air. For most, that unsettled weather will come in the form of overcast skies though a couple showers/flurries are possible way up in the mountains. High temps today will range from 35 up in the mountains to 40 for most of the area to 45 in southern NH where a few breaks of sun are possible.
Our next round of precipitation will arrive from the southwest tomorrow evening falling as rain along the coast and freezing rain in the foothills/mountains.