Northeast flow retains control over the area today as we sit wedged between low pressure south of Nova Scotia and high pressure up in Quebec. Just like the last few days, we’ll start off with more clouds than sun (especially in Maine, NH is pretty clear at the moment based on satellite imagery) with a gradual clearing trend as the day goes on. Most of us will see sunshine for at least part of the day, though few will see a “mostly sunny” day.
As the sun comes out in spots and the core of the cooler airmass aloft slides to our east, look for temps to increase a bit today compared to the past few days. Most spots should top out in the mid to upper 50s with a few low 60s in the CT Valley and a few high 40s in the far north and closer to Belfast/Camden.
Most of us will stay dry today though I can’t rule out a brief shower over central NH where the tiniest hint of instability will emerge this afternoon.