High pressure off the east coast is pumping warm and very muggy air into northern New England and will continue to do so for the next 24 hours. This should lead to considerable low cloudiness and fog tonight and I expect very little in the way of sunshine in coastal counties on Saturday. Farther inland there should be some hazy sunshine and this is where temperatures will be warmest reaching the low 80s. A cold front is going to push through the muggy air Saturday night so showers and thunderstorms are likely. The NWS Storm Prediction Center has issued a moderate risk of severe weather for most of New Hampshire so damaging winds are a possibility and some of these storms could make it into Maine. It now appears that the front will have no problem clearing the Maine coast Sunday morning so I expect sunshine to quickly break out after some early morning showers. Cooler air behind the front will make for some classic September weather on Monday and Tuesday.