The most common question I got today was when will we see the sun again…the good news is we are half way through this gloomy stretch…the bad news is we are half way through this gloomy stretch. This is day 7 of below normal temps the last time we had a stretch like this was when we received the October Nor’easter!
Tomorrow won’t be any better as a warmfront approaches from the SW it won’t get through and we stay in the 50s. This front is also very active and showers and thunderstorms are erupting along this evening and will again tomorrow giving us occasional showers, downpours and rumbles. It won’t rain the entire day but the focus looks to be in the morning and early afternoon. By evening, the front will slide south and that good old east wind will freshen up producing fog and drizzle for the remainder of the evening and night.
The onshore wind will be present again on Saturday and while the day will show some improvement it will still be dominated by clouds and chilly temps in the 50s. Sun will start poking through in the afternoon away from the coast across interior New England. By Sunday the wind will be more northerly and this will blow in drier air…enough to provide a mix of sun and clouds so the gradual improvements will continue.
Early next week high pressure and dry air will have scoured out the low-level moisture and the sun will finally rule the roost for a couple of days and temps will rise nicely through the 60s close to 70 by Tuesday.