Our recent stretch of unsettled weather will continue today as low pressure moves lethargically from the Gulf of Maine in the general direction of New Brunswick. The mountains and foothills north of the low’s center (say from a Fryeburg-Lewiston-Camden line on north) will see the steadiest rain today, but almost everyone will find themselves under a shower at some point. The best chance for rain in southern areas will be this afternoon when modest instability will try to develop in support of some more convective activity. Aside from a few rogue sunny breaks over southern NH this morning, skies will be overcast across the board. Northerly breezes and thick overcast will keep temps limited to the mid 40s up north and mid 50s elsewhere, with a few readings near 60 possible where the sun peeks out in southern NH.