A large storm system is sprawled out across the Northeast, waves of rain have been working through but as the storm departs drier air will work in over the next couple of days and temps will start out warm and end up chilly by the end of the weekend.
We are seeing very moist southerly flow right now here in Southern New England and with some instability present ahead of an approaching front, showers, downpours and even a few thunderstorms have raced through. All is quiet now but another round of wet weather looks likely late tonight as the surface front traverses the State. There will be a few lingering showers and damp conditions early tomorrow morning in the wake of the front but most of the rain will be gone when you get up. Behind the front SW winds will bring in dry enough air for sunny breaks but the airmass will still be warm and therefore temps will feel summerlike…in the 70s! A second front slips through tomorrow night shifting the wind into the NW as the upper level low goes by to our north. This will usher in a much cooler airmass for the end of the weekend and temps will only top out in the lower 60s. The upper level low close to us, daytime cumulus clouds will develop and spread out across the sky…a clear start to Sunday will lead to partly sunny skies. Scattered clouds and the brisk wind will give a chilly feel to the afternoon and evening.