Today will feature another day of relatively quiet fall weather as yet another weak upper level disturbance drops in from the north. This disturbance will look a lot like those we’ve seen over the past few days in that it will be strong enough to produce some clouds, but too moisture-starved to drop much if anything in the way of rain. The clouds will try to clear out of northern areas before sunset, but southern areas are likely stuck with overcast until later tonight.
Temps will remain comfortably cool and dry as our Canadian airmass gets reinforced by today’s disturbance. Look for highs ranging from 55 in the north to 70 in southern NH.