Today will feature continued quiet weather as our region remains near the center of a strong area of high pressure yet again. That high will be shifting offshore today, so winds will turn around to the south. This means that maritime stratus and fog are expected again this morning, especially along the Midcoast. Just like yesterday, this cloud layer should gradually burn off by late morning/early afternoon. Sunshine and warmer temps aloft will boost temps into the 60s for most of the region outside the mountains and the Midcoast (50s under the clouds). An approaching disturbance may make a close enough pass to northern Maine to bring a brief shower to the mountains this afternoon, but otherwise dry weather will continue.