Today will feature cooler temps and cloudier skies as an ocean storm begins developing off to our south. While that system won’t be close enough to bring us any rain today (with the possible exception of a shower or two in Southern New Hampshire this afternoon), we’ll still be stuck with its effects for the next four days.
As a result, expect morning sunshine to become obscured by cloud cover over the next few hours as clouds arrive from the south. A NE breeze will develop later in the afternoon which will keep a steady supply of cool air moving into the region. Between the clouds and this incoming cool air, high temps will be on the lower side today, ranging from 60 in areas east of Augusta to 55 along the NH/MA border.