Today will once again feel a lot like summer as warm and humid air moves into the region. Most of us will start off under some stratus and perhaps even some fog this morning but that will burn off by this afternoon for everyone not right along the coast. Onshore southeasterly flow will keep the coast socked in with stratus and fog while temps get stuck in the low to mid 50s. Farther inland, mostly sunny skies will push temps into the mid to upper 70s with fairly humid dew points in the 60s.
A cold front will approach from the west this evening. Some showers and thunderstorms will pop up ahead of the boundary in western NH this afternoon but the main line of storms won’t arrive until around sunset. It will be quickly weakening as it moves towards the stable maritime airmass, but some gusty winds are possible especially in NH.