Today will feature weather that includes several elements right from the early spring in Maine textbooks. We’ll start off with dense fog and areas of drizzle this morning, in addition to a cool SE wind off the ocean. Areas of rain will move through later in the morning as a cold front approaches. After the front passes, winds will shift to the northwest and we’ll see to what extent downsloping is able to clear out parts of the coastal plain. If we do get some sunshine, temps will be able to make a run into the mid 50’s. If not, we’ll likely stay limited to the upper 40’s as turbulence associated with the front mixes down some warmer air from aloft, but the effects of daytime heating are limited.