Pockets of heavy showers and thunderstorms from late Sunday are on their way out to sea. We're left with mostly cloudy skies (along with a few peeks of sun here and there) and a few lingering showers or storms at random times although not everyone will end up underneath one. One thing everyone will experience is the humidity, however — That won't be going anywhere anytime soon.
Another muggy day is on tap for Tuesday as yet another cold front moves toward the Pine Tree State later in the day. Some showers or storms may fire up in the afternoon over the mountains, but it looks like the bulk of any wet and/or stormy weather holds off until after suppertime for interior southern Maine. This round of showers and storms will bring the humidity down, however, for Wednesday.
Lower humidity, gusty breezes and warm temperatures will make Wednesday a great day to get outdoors. Highs will top out near 80, even at the beaches with a northwest wind all the way to the coast. The sun will stick around into Thursday as well!