Our cold front from last night sits just offshore currently and it did not do a whole lot in terms of lowering our temps or our dew points, both of which are sitting in the high 60’s right now. Light NW breezes will attempt to change that today but their only real effect will be in terms of cloud cover where an upslope/downslope regime will be in place. This of course means cloudy mountains and warm, sunny inland/coast. Temps will rise into the 70’s in the mountains and along the immediate coastline while most of the area sees 80’s. A stray 90 degree reading is possible in SW NH. Dew points will remain high, though they will slowly be dropping, so heat will be a consideration once again today.
Stay cool, our next cold front with the chance for showers and storms arrives Thursday.