Today won’t be picture-perfect, at least not for the whole day, but it won’t exactly be bad either. A weak storm system is sliding off of Cape Cod this morning and clouds/a few showers are still lingering near the coast as a result. Those clouds will follow the storm off towards Nova Scotia this morning and by mid/late morning, skies should be mostly sunny across the area with temps rising into the low/mid 60s for most.
This afternoon, that sunshine combined with the pocket of cool air aloft that is supporting the aforementioned storm will produce a bit of instability in the lower atmosphere. The result will be an increase in clouds and pop-up showers. The best chance for a few mid-afternoon raindrops will be up in the foothills and mountains as a sea breeze will help stabilize the coast a bit. That said, I’m not sure a brief shower can entirely be ruled out anywhere except perhaps for the Camden/Rockport area where the marine influence will be strongest and the morning clouds slowest to depart.