A cold front is slicing through New England…showers are in the process of ending and clouds will thin out this afternoon. The wind will swing into the north after the passage, this will bring down both cooler and drier air for tonight and tomorrow. Under a clear sky and diminishing wind, temps will fall back into the 40s for the suburbs and about 50 degrees downtown. The Autumn chill will take time to negate on Friday but bright sunshine will help and temps will max out just shy of 70.
High pressure will retreat to our south over the weekend setting return flow and more southerly winds guiding in milder air…highs will top out between 75-80 on Saturday. Another cold front will approach from the north west late Saturday night and will slide through on Sunday. Just like today’s, there won’t be much rain with it but scattered showers and maybe even a few downpours will be possible Late Saturday night through Sunday afternoon.
Another surge of cool air will work in behind the front for Monday but will quickly get erased by potential 80+ degree warmth for the middle of next week.