A cold front pushed off the Maine coast this morning and dew points began dropping as drier air worked its way into northern New England. This sets the stage for a comfortable night tonight with temperatures falling into the 50s and a fantastic day on Tuesday as a ridge of high pressure moves our way. The high will supply us with mostly sunny skies and temperatures mostly in the low 80s. This coupled with dew points in the 50s will make for a picture perfect day. The high is going to move east of us on Wednesday setting up a southerly flow that will begin to transport more humid air our way. At the same time a cold front will be bearing down on us putting more clouds in the sky. The front is expected to stall as it approaches the east coast on Thursday and this is not good news for us since this will allow muggy air to stream into our region. It also sets the stage for showers or thunderstorms that could pop up at any time. To make matters worse the computer models are hinting at an area of low pressure forming on the front and as this works its way northward it will enhance the chances for precipitation on Friday and Saturday.