Unfortunately today’s weather will more closely resemble July or August than September. Southwesterly winds will continue bringing warm and humid air into the region, and plenty of sunshine will allow temps to climb to near 90 in southern NH and adjacent parts of SW ME. The rest of the area will see highs ranging from 75 in the north and along the shores of the Midcoast to 85 in the foothills. Dew points rising above 60 will make today’s airmass even more uncomfortable.
After morning fog burns off inland, this morning should end up being fairly sunny. Clouds will increase from the west this afternoon as a cold front slowly begins its approach.