A cold front is on its way offshore this morning and winds across the area will flip around to the northwest shortly if they haven’t already done so. Most of the precip associated with this system is now off to our south though some sprinkles can’t be ruled out over the next couple hours in southern NH. Skies will start off overcast across the area today but will clear from northeast to southwest midday, with the exception of the usual mountain upslope spots. Despite the sunshine, your high temps are whatever you’ll step out the door to this morning. That’s about 20-25 inland and 35-40 closer to the coast. By sunset, the mountains will be approaching the 0 mark with 10s in the foothills and low 20s along the coast. NW winds will be breezy but should remain firmly in the nuisance category of 20-25mph outside exposed spots in the higher terrain.