Our quiet weather pattern continues to roll along today as weak disturbances pass overhead but fail to produce much in the way of meaningful impacts. This morning’s disturbance has ensured mostly cloudy skies region-wide and has been producing a few snow showers up in the mountains and in the foothills near/west of Augusta. While dustings are possible especially in the higher terrain before this system moves out in the next couple hours, little/no impacts are expected.
In the wake of this system, light NW flow will result in some clearing downwind of the mountains this afternoon. The sunniest spots will be over in southern NH while parts of the Maine coast may hang on to some more clouds. High temps will range from the low 30s up north to the high 30s in southern NH. Clouds will thicken back up this evening ahead of our next weak disturbance which seems likely to bring snow showers back to parts of the mountains tonight.