Low pressure continues to drift lazily through the Gulf of Maine this morning, which means it’s close enough to be the primary influence on our weather. The net result will be more clouds and showers, especially this morning. Showers should be winding down by midday while clouds begin to thin out later in the afternoon. Sunshine is most likely in western parts of the region, but many areas could be in for a stunning sunset as the waning light reflects off the departing cloud deck.
High temps today will range from 70 in SW NH to 45 in the mountains and along the immediate coast.