We’re stuck in a stagnant pattern today with lots of low-level moisture and very little left or moisture higher up in the atmosphere. That means drizzle will be the favored precipitation type, especially southeast of the mountains. A quick peek at current temps shows all but the immediate coast south of Portland, the Midcoast peninsulas, and the NH Seacoast below freezing. That means drizzle will be freezing for most this morning, leading to slick travel. As temps warm slowly throughout the day, most of the coastal plain should end up above freezing though slick conditions will continue inland. Some snow will fall up in the mountains, but accumulations shouldn’t exceed an inch unless you really find the highest terrain.