Today will feature continued mild weather as another storm approaches from the west. This system will spread clouds into the region from west to east starting midday. Before that, sunshine and SW breezes will push temps well above normal into the mid 30s north and mid/upper 40s south. A few of the usual springtime warm spots in southern NH may crack 50. Precipitation associated with this next system will arrive from the west this evening. The steadiest precip will be up in the mountains where mostly snow will fall after temps drop back into the upper 20s to low 30s. Snow will mix with sleet and rain at times as you head into the mountains south of Sugarloaf, and precipitation will fall entirely as rain over the foothills and coastal plain tonight. Snowfall totals generally won’t exceed 2″ outside the higher terrain and no snow will accumulate south of route 2.