Today will feature increasing clouds ahead of our next cold front which will be approaching from the west. Skies are clear across the region this morning but clouds are spreading across Quebec and New York as I write this around 9:15. I’d expect to start seeing clouds filtering in from the west in the early to mid afternoon across our area. This morning’s sunshine and light southerly flow ahead of the front will push temps into the low 80s for most of the area today with points along the coast north and east of Portland seeing cooler air move in off the ocean this afternoon.
As far as precip goes, we’ll be watching some thunderstorms currently over Michigan try to move our way this evening. They should lose enough energy to no longer pose a severe weather threat or even much of a threat of thunder, but some rain is possible especially over NH around and after sunset.
The cold front itself will cross the region with a round (or two) of showers and thunderstorms tomorrow, some of which may pack severe weather.