A coldfront is sliding through the area…along it we’ve seen torrential downpours. These downpours will become fewer as the evening goes on but temps will be dropping into the 50s. The front will stall just offshore and an area of low pressure will develop. This low will be slow to move through leading to a stormy start to the holiday weekend. With the low just offshore tomorrow, rain will be refocused over the area. The wind will be gusty out of the NE making for very raw and cold conditions.
The low will continue to slowly chug north into the Gulf of Maine on Sunday. Winds will back a bit to the NW drawing in some drier air for the afternoon…so after a wet start, showers should end and skies will brighten.
Monday will be the pick of the three day weekend. The storm will be gone, NW flow will continue the drying process and there will be ample sunshine. It will be also be the warmest day of the three with highs between 65-70.
Next week looks great…Tuesday looks very pleasant with temps in the 70s and lots of sun. A warmfront will slide into view on Wednesday, this may trigger some showers or thunderstorms but after the passage of it, heat will likely build in and highs near 90 will be quite possible late next week.
Have a great weekend!