Today will feature temps that will range from warm to downright hot for everyone except the Midcoast as another cold front drifts our way. This front actually has a little bit of moisture to work with, hence the clouds you’re probably seeing outside this morning. Those clouds will stick around for most of the day until slightly drier air tries to push in from the north this afternoon. Along with the clouds will come a few showers, some of which might grow tall enough to produce some rumbles of thunder. Overall though the severe thunderstorm threat is low today. Temps will once again struggle towards 60 along the Midcoast with cool onshore flow and patchy fog while the mountains head for the upper 70s to low 80s and the foothill/coastal plain west of I-95 will soar into the mid to upper 80s.
Also, it is with great sadness that I can report for the first time this season you’ll probably feel some humidity this afternoon as dew points creep towards the dreaded 60F mark.