In the wake of the system that brought considerable storminess to the region yesterday, we’ll enjoy comfortable weather today as northeasterly winds bring cooler and drier air into the region from Canada. Now that we’ve moved into mid-summer, a northeast breeze is hardly a recipe for raw/chilly conditions, especially given how warm the Gulf of Maine and Gulf of Saint Lawrence are at the moment. So we’ll enjoy temps in the low-mid 70s across the entire region this afternoon. Morning low/mid clouds will burn off over the next couple hours leaving mostly sunny skies by this afternoon. Aside from the possibility of a very brief shower up in the mountains this afternoon, we’ll remain dry throughout the day.