A batch of precip is working its way through the area this morning and we’re sampling the full range of precip types from snow inland to a mix of rain, snow, sleet, and freezing rain along I-95 north of Portland to rain along the coast. Snowfall totals inland are likely to remain minor, about 1-2″ maybe 3″ in some lucky spots, but roads will be slick if you’re headed out in the next few hours.
After this batch of precip departs midday, we’ll see temps climb quickly for those outside the interior foothills and mountains. By the time our next round of precip arrives from the west in the mid/late afternoon, it will be all rain outside of a few pockets of freezing rain in the usual cool spots from Fryeburg up to Farmington and Jackman. High temps will range from the low/mid 30s in those cool spots to the low 50s along the coast.