Today will feature another day of cooler temps and quieter weather as we sit on the southwestern edge of a large upper level low anchored in SE Canada. Expect mostly sunny skies to start the day for just about everyone outside of the mountains where some residual upslope cloudiness will be slow to burn off. As the day goes on, warmer air will try to push in from the SW which will result in increasing cloud cover for the entire region. Any precipitation this might produce will evaporate before it hits the ground as we continue to enjoy dry westerly flow. The best chance for a few drops this afternoon/evening will be in the mountains.
High temps today will remain cool, ranging from 50 in the north to 65 along the coastal plain. Similar to yesterday, large scale westerly flow will keep any sea breeze attempts at bay.