From the standpoint of sunshine Wednesday was pretty much a carbon copy of Tuesday but there was one big change and that was the humidity. Dew points which were in the 50s on Tuesday climbed into the low 60s Wednesday and I'm sure you felt the difference. The southerly flow that brought this about is going to continue for the next couple of days so I'm afraid the mugginess (if there is such a word) is only going to get worse. In addition to this a cold front which has been moving our way is expected to reach the Maine-Canadian border tonight and then stall. The front will act as a focal point for showers or thunderstorms and these will try to reach the coast on Thursday. The activity should be widely scattered with many locations remaining precipitation free. The showers are expected to become more widespread on Friday. An area of low pressure will eventually form on the front and track by to our west on Saturday. As it does so it will drag the cold front through our region so showers are likely the first half of the weekend. There is hope for Sunday as drier air behind the front should bring us at least partial sunshine that day.