Today will feature another day of really nice weather, though high pressure will slip off to our southeast this afternoon which means winds will turn more onshore. As a result, the sea breeze front will be able to push all the way into the mountains and temps will be noticeably cooler than yesterday for most spots, the exception being far northern and western areas. Highs will range from the mid 50s near Camden where some patchy fog is possible to the low 80s in the CT Valley and up near the Canadian border. Most of the area will see temps in the low to mid 70s. Skies will start off mostly sunny but clouds will bubble up in the afternoon especially over the mountains as some weak instability develops. A few of those clouds will produce some brief showers this afternoon but even where some drops do fall, most of the day will end up dry and nice.