High pressure remains firmly in charge of the region’s weather today which means more mild air and quiet weather. Fog has laid claim to most of the area’s valleys this morning, but should be quick to burn off after sunrise. Just like yesterday, most of the area should then see at least a few hours of blue sky before cirrus tries to thicken up this afternoon. No precip is expected as storm systems continue tracking well to our west and north. South of the storm track, high temps will remain well above what we’d expect for this time of year, generally ranging from the upper 60s way up north and right along Penobscot Bay to the mid 70s in interior southern NH/SW Maine.