This time yesterday morning, I was near the summit of Avery Peak to kick off a lovely 24 hours away from work, hence the lack of an update. My apologies for not scheduling one before then! I’m back now though as cool air filters into the region behind yesterday’s cold front.
As with any cold air advection setup, we’ll start the day with a classic upslope/downslope pattern where sunshine rules along the coast and low clouds hang tough over the mountains. As the day goes on and we get some heating from the sun while drier air arrives from the west-northwest, those clouds should gradually clear. Then we’ll just be left with some high clouds streaming in ahead of some systems to our west and southwest. No precip is expected today.
High temps will be on the cooler side today, and will range from the mid 30s up in the mountains to the mid 50s in southern NH and adjacent parts of SW ME.