It’s pretty simple…what you see is what you will get, for the next week! The pattern is stuck in neutral with us benefiting from a stagnant airmass for a change. Surface high pressure is holding firm over the Northeast and has led to dry and mild conditions and will continue to…in fact it rained most of the day in New York City but as showers moved into New England they ran into this very dry air and got chewed up.
There are no other signs of beneficial rain through the upcoming weekend…a shallow surface coolfront will slide through Thursday night with a few sprinkles but all most will notice is the briefly cooler air for Friday. Over the weekend the warmth will build back in with highs climbing into the 70s. Of course, during this stretch seabreezes will be present at the coastline keeping things a tad cooler especially later in the afternoons. Enjoy!