Today will feature generally quiet weather as we sit between a decaying low pressure system over the Gulf of Maine and a larger storm way to our northwest in Canada. That old low in the Gulf of Maine will provide low clouds and possibly some fog for the coast during the first half of the day. Clearing will happen gradually from west to east during the midday/early afternoon hours before fog and stratus surge inland again around sunset. These clouds will hold temps to around 70 along the coast with some low/mid 60s in the usual Midcoast peninsula cool spots. Farther west, today will feature a mix of sun and clouds more conducive for heating. High temps will climb into the low 80s for the CT Valley with upper 70s likely for most of the foothills and mountains. It will once again be a fairly humid day with dew points in the mid 60s. Given the warm and humid air I can’t totally rule out an afternoon shower in the CT Valley nor a midday sprinkle along the Midcoast but overall it will be a dry day as far as precipitation is concerned.