After quite a few dry days with lots of sunshine, a few clouds are creeping in for much of New Hampshire and Southern Maine. Although high pressure remains anchored across the Northeast, high clouds north of a system near the Mid-Atlantic will continue to overspread through much the area, mainly for the Southern half of Maine. But the good news is that the rain will remain to our south today and temperatures will approach yesterday's high of 77 degrees.
Changes will come our way for the start of the work week. Expect a warming trend and a rise in humidity levels with a SW flow each afternoon. Apart from a weak cold front leaving a few showers mainly in Northern Maine and the mountains on Tuesday, we will see dry conditions until Thursday. Then another cold front leaves isolated showers for much of the state and can possibly even knock temperatures down into the 70s again.
Once we get through the clouds today, we can go back to what we have gotten used to during the past few days - plenty of sunshine!