Mild and unsettled weather is expected today as a weak clipper tracks up through Quebec, sending a cold front in our direction. Ahead of the front, southwest winds and patchy sunshine will push temps into the mid 30s in the mountains and mid 40s in southern NH. As cold air moves in aloft this afternoon, the faster change in temperature with height will support some instability. As a result, whatever sunshine you see this morning will become increasingly obscured by clouds this afternoon. Those clouds will also be producing all manner of precipitation types from snow up in the mountains to a mix of rain, snow, graupel, and maybe even a few very small hailstones.
Showers will be most widespread and long-lived in the mountains but anyone has a chance at some precipitation. Temps will fall quickly behind a cold front tonight so watch for slick spots as residual moisture freezes up.