Nice enough, just not that hot.
I get that a lot from girls...and it also characterizes our weather over the next few days.
High pressure remains in control this weekend allowing a good deal of sunshine but also pushing the synoptic winds in from the ocean. Whenever you have an east-southeast wind the coastline is going to be cool, but in this case that "sea breeze" will penetrate inland a good 50 miles. That means only interior and mountain locations will warm into the 70s while the rest of us stay in the 60s.
But let's face it, I'm just being nitpicky now...we are looking at a nice stretch of dry weather through mid next week.
Today, Sunday, Monday: These days can all be lumped together because not much will change on the large scale. High pressure still in control means mostly sunny skies, occasional patches of clouds along the coastline, and a cooling sea breeze. Temperatures in the upper 60s along the coastline, mid 70s inland.
Next few nights: Again, very similar. Partly cloudy fog developing late. This fog will have to be burned off each morning along the coastline so you might not wake up to total sunshine daily.
Tuesday: A slowly turning flow out of the southwest will provide warmer and more humid conditions. We could see a few more clouds because of this additional instability but it will still be dry. Highs in the upper 70s to low 80s.
Wednesday: A good ole fashioned scorcha! Partly sunny, humid and temperatures push into the upper 80s and low 90s. Uncomfortable for most Mainers, perfect for transplanted Floridians.
This party comes to an end late Thursday as a cold front pushes through the state.
Ok I'm out of here for now...my wife is dragging me on a 5 hour hike. Something about nature, views...blah, blah, blah :-)