As we head into a new work-week, it appears we've got a pretty pleasing pattern in place, although there are a few ingredients in our weather recipe we will need to keep an eye on. For example, a slow moving frontal boundary moving our way from the west will lend some instability to our atmosphere, which could ignite an isolated shower in northwest Maine late in the day Monday. In addition, low pressure tracking northeast along a stalled out frontal boundary (to our southeast) will swing at least some cloud cover into some portions of Northernmost New England on Tuesday, with a chance of a few scattered showers. The rest of the week should be pretty tame (not lame!) so enjoy!