Another day with highs clearing 70 degrees away from the coast and loaded with sunshine too…nearly perfect! But change is right around the corner. An upper level storm will swirl through our coastal waters tomorrow evening sending a surface coldfront down the New England coast chilling us off for the end of the week. Before the front arrives, temps will once again climb into the 70s away from the coast with cooler 60s along the water. But late in the day, a windshift into the NE behind the front will result in rapid cooling and temps will fall into the 50s and 40s by the end of the evening. Along with the chill down, clouds will increase as low clouds spread in from the NE.
Friday will be the chilliest day in quite some time…steady NE winds will keep temps inland capped in the mid 60s and coastal towns in the 50s…clouds will gradually burn-off for developing sunshine.
High pressure will once again dominate our weekend with the same weather we’ve seen over the last week or so…lots of sunshine warm temps in the lower 70s inland and cooler but comfortable 60s along the coast with afternoon seabreezes.