Today will be fairly quiet as far as our weather is concerned as our next storm slowly crawls towards the region from the southwest. Morning valley fog inland will clear out in the next few hours, leaving mostly sunny skies in place for most of the area this morning. One exception to that may very well be the immediate shoreline south of Brunswick where satellite imagery shows low clouds moving back in off the ocean. As northeasterly breezes shed their northerly component this afternoon, more ocean clouds will make their way onshore especially over southern NH and southwestern Maine. As far as temps go, highs should be pretty typical for this time of year, generally in the low to mid 50s with the warmest air up near the Canadian border.