Unfortunately, we’re not quite done with summertime warmth and humidity as we begin moving into climatological fall. A series of weak near-surface frontal boundaries will meander aimlessly in our general vicinity today while warm air moves into the region aloft. That combination will support plenty of clouds, warm temps, and increased humidity. A few showers are also possible today, especially along the coast and in southern NH. While we’ll see more clouds than sun today, at least a few brighter patches are expected to develop especially in northern parts of the area. That patchy sunshine will team up with the warm air aloft to support highs in the mid/upper 70s north and low/mid 80s south. Temps will be cooler (mid 70s) right along the coastline due to onshore flow.