Good morning! Another record- or near-record hot one expected today. Today will bring mainly south-southwesterly winds today, with some showers possible across mostly northern New England, but southern New England could also get in on some showers.
Highs to range between either side of 80 in northern Maine, low 80s along the east half of the coast, to the mid 80s to low 90s, across central Maine and the western half of the coast, to the low 90s in interior southern Maine; between the mid 80s in far northern New Hampshire, to the upper 80s across most of the state, and low 90s in parts of central and southern New Hampshire. Mid 90s are not out of the question in the Merrimack Valley south of and including Concord. In Vermont, expect between mid 80s in the Northeast Kingdom and the mountains to upper 80s and perhaps an isolated 90 degree reading along the New York border, and the southern half of the New Hampshire border. In Massachusetts, highs to range from around 80 on Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket and the immediate south coast to the mid 80s along the inland south coast and the highest elevations of the Berkshires, and the upper 80s and low 90s across most of the rest of the state, including the east coast. Low 90s are fairly certain in Northeast MA and the Boston Metro, with some mid-90s readings not fully out of the question in the Merrimack Valley. Rhode Island will be in the mid 80s, with upper 70s and low 80s at the immediate coast and upper 80s and some low 90s in northern parts. Connecticut will be in the upper 80s in interior southern, mid 80s at the coast, and low 90s in the northern half.
Again, a mainly mostly sunny to sunny day. HIgher humidity for today is expected with dewpoints mainly in the mid to upper 60s (lower in northern Maine).
Have a good day!