Today will feature continued calm weather and much warmer temperatures as southwesterly breezes continue behind an area of high pressure south of Nova Scotia. Satellite imagery shows some stratus over the foothills of Maine and some patchy fog north of Route 1 along the Midcoast. This should burn off not long after sunrise and after that, we’ll see another day of mostly clear skies. High temps will range from the upper 50s north to the mid or even upper 60s in southern NH and adjacent parts of southwestern ME. It’ll be a spectacular day to get outside!
Warm and dry weather looks to be the rule for the foreseeable future (at least ~5-7 days). Not the best news for squashing our drought, but great to prolong pandemic-friendly outdoor activities.