A better chance for isolated storms Thursday
A bit more sun, which means it will be a bit warmer, and with the upper-low hanging over the region, a better chance of showers and storms for the day. The coastal plain sees dew points climb into the low to mid-60s, the mountains and north a bit drier in the mid to upper 50s. Fog may be stubborn in departure once again for the shorelines of MidCoast and DownEast areas. The southwest coast can expect a sea breeze to pick up around midday.
Thursday 6 AM to Friday Midnight - The presence of the upper-low overhead can be easily seen with the rotation of modeled precipitation. As the low shifts to the east, showers and isolated storms drop down from the north/northwest in the afternoon into the evening. The chance for severe storms is very low. Locally heavy rain and a puff of wind is the main concern with any storm, along with potential for small hail.
After sunset, the atmosphere cools, and showers and storms dissipate heading into Friday morning. Expect areas of patchy fog over the interior, and potential for fog along the coast from the MidCoast and DownEast areas.
Showers and storms again on Friday,