Hello, New England.
Earlier this morning, I had stated that rain would leave Maine through this evening. At that point, guidance was effectively split: 50/50 between a later end and an earlier end. I had decided to go with the later end, because if I had predicted an earlier end, and it left slower, some people might not be very happy. With human error, I completely forgot to evaluate the motion of the precipitation. No less, rain is right now beginning to leave Eastern Maine and is out of the remainder of New England, with skies starting to clear across Southern and Western New England. For this forecast screw-up, I apologize; and this can be considered a learning lesson. If you want to go into meteorology, you learn lessons pretty fast as I am. You learn a lesson every day.
Anyways, with the earlier end occurring, it means more sun. A large portion of New England will hit the low to mid 70s, with slightly cooler temps in northern and eastern Maine (mid to upper 60s) and perhaps warmest temps in Connecticut and Vermont, where clearing occurred first. Skies will become partly sunny through the remainder of the day.
Errors happen. But, errors make one better, with incremental learning. Errors will ultimately make me and other weather geeks better for the future, even though we hate when they happen.
Have a good afternoon and evening!