Beyond The Forecast
It is another spectacular weekend in New England. The humidity is low but the air is not bone dry like last weekend. Nevertheless, it is still quite comfortable despite the gradual rise in temperatures by 2-3 degrees in each succeeding day
York beach is actually more like two beaches, separated by Cape Neddick and a gorgeous lighthouse known as Nubble Light.
A round of soaking rain-swept through early this morning and rain amounts were impressive…some communities picked up over an inch of rain in a very short amount of time resulting in some short-term street and parking lot flooding.
The third ranked New England beach, as voted on by our viewers, is Horseneck Beach in Westport, Massachusetts.
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Good Harbor is just 41 miles from Boston and one of several gorgeous Cape Ann beaches.
Mayflower Beach is known for its hundreds of feet of tidal flats seen at low tide.
It’s the first Monday of Summer and it seems the days just keep getting better and better. Today will be sun-filled and comfortably warm with near 80 inland and holding in the 70s along the coast with a developing gentile onshore breeze. Tomorrow muggier air begins to flow back in to Southern New England as a cold front gets closer and closer.
Happy Summer Everyone! The summer solstice occurred precisely at 6:51 am yesterday and the season ends with the autumnal equinox at 10:29 pm on September 22.
Well we are sailing into the weekend and the weather couldn’t be better…not too hot, not too cold, low humidity, lots of sunshine and no rain! Seriously, this might be the best weekend of the Summer and speaking of the Summer, it begins tomorrow morning at 6:51. Temperatures over the weekend will mostly be in the 70s, a few spots may nudge 80 and that would occur away from the coast and any sea breeze.