The weather will gradually get better and better as the week progresses. By Friday, we will be ‘chance of rain-FREE’.
‘Sandy’ is still spiraling bands of showers around the New England area.
Consequently, there will be showers around through this afternoon, but we should be dry for trick-or-treat this evening.
Highs will be in the lower 60′s this afternoon, so temperatures will be in the 50′s for our li’l ghouls and goblins during trick-or-treat times.
We will continue to be in the path of the cyclonic flow on Thursday.
There will be partly sunny skies with a slim chance of a brief shower. However, most of the day will be dry. Highs will be cooler in the upper 50′s.
Friday will include a mixture of clouds and sunshine with highs only in the middle 50′s, which is right on par with the average high for the day.
Thankfully, the first weekend of November will be a quiet one. Sunshine will be around both days with highs near 50.
Early next week, we appear to be barely scathed by a coastal system.
However, we need to watch if this storm moves farther west.
If it does, it will have the potential for providing wintry precipitation inland/higher elevations.
Otherwise, it’d be a rain event.