A cold front snuck through the region last night which means we’re now on the pleasant side of the boundary where cooler temps and much lower dew points can be found. Northerly breezes will be responsible for pushing that cool air into the region today, and they may be a bit gusty especially this morning. That said, I’m not expecting gusts to reach the threshold for concern about power outages.
While the surface cold front has pushed through the region, the mid-level cold front is still moving through Quebec. That means we’ll have to deal with some mid-level cloud cover for a couple hours this morning before sunshine arrives. By this evening though, everyone should be enjoying clear skies. Outside of an isolated shower in the mountains associated with upsloping and that mid-level cold front, today will feature continued dry weather.
High temps will range from the upper 50s up north to near 70 in southern NH.