Today will feature a round of light snow which is ongoing this morning before generally quiet weather takes over for the afternoon. Everyone saw some flakes this morning and precip has now tapered off southwest of Lewiston/Bath/Fryeburg. Any remaining accumulations will be on the order of a dusting to maybe an inch on colder surfaces. The disturbance powering this snowfall will depart to the northeast midday leaving quiet but mostly cloudy weather for this afternoon. Temps will rise into the low 40s over southern NH but as per usual the warm front will hit the brakes in the NH Foothills and at the Maine border. Most of Maine will see high temps in the mid to upper 20s (some parts of the Midcoast could burst into the 40s too) while the northern mountains stay locked near 20.
Another powerful storm will track to our west tomorrow bringing rain for the coast/CT Valley and freezing rain that will only ever so slowly change over in the foothills/mountains.