Today will feature warmer temps and increased humidity ahead of a cold front currently moving through the Great Lakes. The soupier airmass will provide fuel for some showers and thunderstorms later this afternoon/evening. Look for storms to get going between 2 and 3 PM over the far north and mountains before working their way south later in the afternoon/evening. Overall the severe threat will be on the lower side as the winds aloft you need to fuel severe weather will be relatively weak. That said, any storm is capable of some gusty winds during its decaying stage, and heavy rain/lightning are a dangerous combo that even non-severe storms produce. Storms will weaken as they approach the coastline later this evening.
High temps today will range from 75 along the midcoast to 80 in the far north to 90 in the typical warm spots inland.