Today will feature the return of abundant cloud cover and scattered precipitation as we trade our offshore storm for one moving through Quebec. This new system thankfully won’t stick around for several days, but it will drag a cold front through the area this afternoon. Showers will develop along the boundary in western NH by 3-4 PM before moving into Maine between 5 and 7 PM. There’s some signs that these showers will have access to shallow instability, but I don’t see it being strong or deep enough for any severe weather. That said, a brief rumble of thunder can’t be ruled out especially in western NH. Showers will quickly depart from west to east this evening as drier air surges in from Ontario. High temps will range from 45 along the coast and in the northern mountains to 60 for most of interior ME/NH.