Low clouds and fog are the name of the game this morning as some low level moisture condensed with cooling temperatures last night. As the sun comes out and temps warm, that fog will burn off, and sunshine is expected to become the prevailing weather condition by midday. While most areas will stay dry through this afternoon, a few showers or even a rumble of thunder will drift into Western NH as a cold front approaches the region from the west. We’ll also have to watch areas along the coastline as a marine layer may develop with drizzle and fog moving ashore later this afternoon into this evening. Highs will be warm as strong heating develops, with temps ranging from 60 in the north to 70 in the south.