Today will feature cool temps, mainly sunny skies, light winds, and dry air. A very weak disturbance both at the surface and aloft is located near Cape Cod and a boundary extends from it to the north west into far SW NH. This boundary will be the focus for some more clouds (partly cloudy instead of mostly sunny) and possibly a late day shower. Other than that, clear skies and dry weather will rule the day. Highs will range from around 70 north to around 80 south with cooler temps along the coast due to southerly onshore winds beginning to develop as the surface high retreats offshore.
More clouds tomorrow ahead of rain tomorrow night. Details on that system (they’re finally clearer now!) as well as the rest of the week and another look at 99L (the tropical system I discussed yesterday) will be in this evening’s update.