At least as far as the weather is concerned, today is going to be a great day. A frontal boundary remains draped south of the region which means we get to enjoy partly to mostly sunny skies, continued cool temperatures, and low humidity. Satellite imagery this morning shows bluebird conditions across most of Maine with a few mid-level clouds over southern NH and far southern York County, closer to the front. This is pretty much the cloud-cover pattern I’d expect to see today. Everyone should get some glimpses of sun, but they will be less common as you get closer to Massachusetts. Thankfully, the front is now far enough to our south that precipitation is not expected.
High temps today will range from the mid/upper 60s up north to the upper 70s in the south.
Get outside and enjoy today’s beautiful weather if you can! We’ll get some much-needed rain tomorrow as the remnants of Laura race offshore to our south.