Temperatures across Maine and New Hampshire stayed mostly in the upper 70s and lower 80s today but it probably it felt much warmer thanks to the high dew points. Very muggy air has invaded our region and it plans to stick around for the next several days. A weak disturbance is going to move through New England on Thursday and as it interacts with all the moisture in the air showers and thunderstorms should have no problem breaking out. These will be of the hit or miss variety. On Friday a cold front is expected to drop out of Canada and move our way. Westerly winds out ahead of the front promise to send temperatures into the upper 80s and lower 90s and that coupled with the high dew points will make for a very uncomfortable day. Behind the cold front slightly cooler air should get here for Saturday and with a weak ridge of high pressure building in that day is looking to be precipitation free. The high will give way to another frontal system on Sunday.