We are on the path to more sunshine and warmer temperatures as we head into the second weekend of June.
Today will start off with a cloud and sun combination before pop-up storms start to show up this afternoon. The same forecast can be expected on Friday. Today will be a warmer than the last with highs aiming for the 70F degree mark…60s coast. Then, Friday will bring us even warmer temperatures as we head into the middle 70s…65-70F @ coast.
This weekend is setting up to be a mere polar opposite of last weekend. A cold front comes through Southern New England on Friday night which will also be the culprit for Friday evening’s storms. Saturday will be mostly sunny to partly cloudy with highs near 80F…70s coast. As a weak disturbance is travelling along the same cold front that affected us on Friday, neighborhoods south of the Mass. Pike will have a slight chance of a few showers from Saturday evening through early Sunday morning. Then, Sunday will turn out to be a beauty with projected onshore (northeast) winds. This would result in cooler temps in the middle 60s to lower 70s at the coast while inland locales would remain warm in the 75-80F range. We need to keep watching the wind direction closely.
Early next week is hinting at plentiful sunshine along with very warm temperatures, possibly approaching 90F by midweek.
Heading to the beach and spending time on the boat will be on the agenda for many families this weekend. Please be safe. Here’s your beach and boating forecast, compliments of the National Weather Service Taunton.
One alarm clock away…