Consider Tuesday morning's storm this week's opening act.

November's active weather pattern continues with the Granite State's second storm of the week. This one will bring snow to more locations than Tuesday's half snow/half rain affair, and frigid temperatures are also invited to the party.

According to WMUR ABC 9, the coldest air so far this season is moving in today, (Wednesday) and more snow is on the way. Record lows are expected across much of the state tonight. Northern New Hampshire will experience temps in the single digits. The rest of the state will dip to the low to mid-teens.

After the freeze, expect a chance for more snow tomorrow (Thursday) evening. Areas that received all rain on Tuesday are likely to receive the white stuff for a while. WMUR reported some southern and southeastern areas will see a wintry mix or changeover to sleet and rain is likely. Accumilation will be based on the time of changeover. However, in locations it remains all snow, at least 6 inches of accumulation is possible.