Cloudy skies are on the way for your Sunday with the chance for some scattered showers.
Winter-like conditions slipped back in today as the National Weather Service issued a freezing rain advisory for several New Hampshire counties. Otherwise, the rest of New England looks relatively quiet with highs ranging in the upper 30s to 40°. "As far as snowfall accumulations for the northern half of ME, expect 2-4" with locally higher amounts in the higher elevations. There maybe a little sunshine to start your Sunday but clouds will win out the day, and eventually, some light rain and that wintry mix will develop late in the day or at night.
Those hoping for spring conditions will have to wait at least a few more days. We could see a few places in the 50s, but that's likely not until dinner time Monday evening. A brief period of freezing rain will occur closer the coast and impact the morning commute.
Unsettled weather continues into Tuesday afternoon into early Wednesday with another round of rain showers, but we start to see some better weather by the middle/end of next week.