After a string of quiet days, today will begin a stretch of somewhat more unsettled weather as the storm track shifts in our general direction. The first system we were originally going to watch for today has gradually trended weaker and weaker as it has come into better view of our model guidance. A look at current observations across the region this morning shows that this system is bringing widespread cloud cover and a few flurries up in the mountains but that’s about it. Mostly cloudy skies and occasional mountain flurries will be the rule for most of today as temps rise into the mid 20s north and low 30s south.
Our next storm system will approach from the southwest tomorrow before arriving here on Tuesday. Right now, it looks like we’ll see snow break out from southwest to northeast tomorrow afternoon/evening with snow continuing through tomorrow night before mixing with sleet/ice along the coast on Tuesday. I’ll have a full update on this system later today, but early indications are that most areas should pick up between 4 and 8 inches from this event with a little more possible in the mountains, and a bit less likely along the coast and in southern NH.