Frost this morning, 40s this afternoon, change is in the air and more is on the way tomorrow and tomorrow night. An axis of moisture along a stalled front offshore will give rise to a new area of low pressure off of the Mid-Atlantic tonight. That storm will move almost due north and will spread lighter showers into SE MA tomorrow morning that will spin north through the rest of, mainly, Eastern MA midday and afternoon. The rain will get more intense tomorrow evening as mid-level support taps the moisture plume offshore and many areas will end up with over an inch of rain and parts of SE MA may receive up to three inches! Winds wil also whip up out of the NE as the low center slides by we could see gusts to 40 mph along the coast. While the coast will see a windswept soaking, interior New England won’t have it that bad…just a few stray showers and milder temps in the 50s.
The storm will drift to the Maritimes early Wednesday morning and SW winds will kick up in the storm’s wake…offshore winds will bring in drier air allowing for sunshine to develop and temps will warm up close to 70 by the afternoon.
A coldfront will closely trail the beautiful weather on Wednesday sending another line of showers through sometime early Thursday morning…it appears that the best support for more organized shower activity along it will be in SE MA. A weak upper level disturbance will provide perhaps just enough lift for an additional shower Friday morning. Following that, high pressure will build in for the weekend and attempt to hold rain at bay early next week.