Today will feature continued quiet weather as high pressure retains control over our area. Some moisture spilling over the top of this high is resulting in patchy mid/high clouds this morning, but most places should see at least a few breaks of sun especially earlier in the day. These clouds are actually attributable to Tropical Storm Cristobal which made history yesterday by retaining its tropical cyclone status as it tracked through Wisconsin, farther northwest than any other storm recorded since 1851.
Thankfully, the tropical humidity associated with Cristobal’s remnants is headed for Hudson Bay (!) today while we’ll remain relatively cool and dry with onshore flow off the Gulf of Maine. Look for high temps ranging from 60 right along the shoreline to 70 for much of the coastal plain/foothills/mountains to near 80 in far southwestern NH. Some patchy drizzle and fog may develop this evening as southeasterly flow starts bringing marine air inland.