Today will feature mild temps and humid conditions as low pressure near Long Island pushes maritime air in our direction. The Gulf of Maine isn’t cold enough to provide much help this time of year in terms of keeping temps and humidity down, so while it won’t be hot and humid, it will be warm and humid. Along the coast, low clouds and fog will linger through much of the day which will hold temps down a bit. Highs should fall a few degrees on either side of 70 with potentially some lower 60s closer to the cooler waters of Penobscot Bay. Farther inland, highs will make a run towards 80 under patchy mid/high clouds. A few showers could pop up once again this afternoon/evening especially over in NH, but I don’t expect activity to be as widespread as yesterday.