Today will be a sunshiny day with high and mid-level clouds filling-in to create a partly cloudy afternoon. Dewpoints will return to the middle 60s. High temperatures will reach the upper 80s inland, middle 80s for Boston, to the upper 70s and lower 80s for the coastline. An approaching cold front will bring a chance of a few afternoon storms for Northern and Western New England.
That same cold front will slowly meander is way closer to our neighborhoods providing a chance of afternoon storms on Thursday. The best chance will remain north and west of Boston. Otherwise, it will be partly sunny, warm, and humid in the middle 80s.
The upper level trough will cut off into an upper level low creating unsettled weather through Saturday. Friday will be mostly cloudy with scattered showers and storms, mainly focused north and west of Boston once again. There will be more sunshine for the Outer Cape/Islands. Highs will be near 80F…cooler at the coast.
Saturday will be mainly cloudy with scattered showers and storms as the cold/occluded front gradually sweeps across Southern New England. Since the low is cut-off will slowly travel northeast of New England, there will be a slight chance that a lingering shower will be around early on Sunday. If the front slows down even more, it could even produce a diurnal shower on Sunday afternoon. This weekend’s high temps will be near 80, plus or minus a few degrees. The coast will be cooler both days.
Generally-speaking, ealy next week looks pretty quiet.