Four days after the first clouds arrived from the last winter storm here in Maine and New Hampshire, snow is still falling across parts of the region this morning. While they won’t amount to much, flurries are being observed from Sugarloaf over towards Belfast this morning and may be able to freshen up the snowbanks a bit over the next few hours. Snow will depart this morning, but clouds will stick around for most of the day as this system is in absolutely no hurry to get out of here. The best chance for sunshine will be in NH and far western Maine during the mid/late afternoon hours. With no cold air to be found in the wake of this system, downsloping NW flow will support high temps ranging from the upper 20s up north to the upper 30s down along the coast.
Enjoy whatever sunshine you see this afternoon because another storm is on the way for tomorrow. It will bring light to moderate snow in the mountains and foothills with light rain expected along the coast.