The sun continues to be shy across the Pine Tree State, thanks in part to a stubborn north to northeast breeze. That northeast breeze has been steering moist, cool, maritime into Northern New England, and has been contributing to some spotty drizzle activity. Tomorrow will start off the same way, with plenty of clouds and spotty drizzle in the morning, with stubborn cloud cover expected for most of the day. Best chance for a brighter sky: northern counties late in the day.
Everybody will spy a brighter sky by Thursday, with Friday bring partly sunny conditions as well. An approaching frontal boundary will thicken our cloud cover Saturday, with a chance of showers developing. Sunday appears to be the brighter of the two weekend days.
So...take heart and be patient-this dreary weather pattern will be history before too long!