It’s been six days since we’ve seen measurable rain and it may be another six before we get any. High pressure is holding strong in the Northeast and this means two more days with temps in the low to mid 70s inland and topping out in the lower 60s near the coast due to developing seabreezes. The high will keep most clouds at bay as well so expect mostly sunny skies.
We are expecting a subtle and temporary change Thursday evening as a backdoor coldfront works down the New England coast from the north and slips through Thursday night. As the chilly air from the Gulf of Maine meets the warmer air in Southern New England, lower clouds will overspread the area and there may even be a few scattered showers associated with the low-level lift. By Friday the cooler air will have shoved the warmer air south of the region and it will take some time to burn off clouds on Friday and because of that, temps will only make it to the mid 60s inland and 50s along the coast.
Over the weekend, the high will reestablish itself over the area and temps will be on the climb again into the 70s while the typical seabreezes will chill the coast a bit. All and all another lovely weekend!