An area of low pressure riding along a stalled out frontal boundary south of New England is responsible for the clouds and few showers around the Northeast today. As of 3pm, the visible satellite shot to the left shows that there has been breaks of sun from time to time, and the sun is out in much of Northern New England and New York. An onshore wind has kept the coastline the coolest; only around 70 at best. Inland locales haven't been much warmer. We're going to flip the switch tonight though, as an area of high pressure works into the region, and eventually sets up near Bermuda. This classic "Bermuda High" will provide sun, warmth, and some humidity, though it won't be oppressive. Temperatures will climb into the 80s and lower 90s through early next week!