High pressure dominated our weather today bringing sunshine along with comfortable humidity levels. This high is moving eastward and will create a stiff southerly wind on Wednesday that should keep high temperatures close to 80 along the Maine coast. Farther inland mid to upper 80s are going to be more common with all areas enjoying mostly sunny skies. Those southerly winds will also bring back the higher dew points that were pushed out of here on Monday. By Thursday there will be a lot more moisture in the air and with a cold front working its way through our region showers or thunderstorms could pop up at any time. Now for the bad news. It appears that the cold front is going to stall just off the Maine coast and sit there for a couple of days. Weak areas of low pressure will undoubtedly form on the front and these will bring periods of rain as they move up along it. The models are hinting at a major low developing on the front Friday night and if this verifies Saturday could turn into a real washout.