Today will feature calm weather and mild temperatures as high pressure slides directly overhead. Ahead of that high, very light northerly winds this morning are slowly pushing yesterday’s fog offshore. However, that process isn’t instantaneous and so we have another couple hours of low visibility to go before the sun comes out. Once the sun does come out though, it should be a really lovely day. High temps will be much warmer than yesterday, ranging from the mid/upper 50s up north to the mid 60s across much of southern Maine to the low 70s over in NH. No precipitation is expected. While mostly sunny skies are expected after morning fog burns off, a few mid/high clouds will drift through the region from time to time as another front lingers to our west. The best odds for some afternoon clouds will be up in the mountains.