High pressure south of New England will provide a dry day for the region. A mid-level cloud deck in western New England with early dense fog in the Valleys. Some of these clouds are trying to spread eastward during the morning through afternoon. Sunshine will be most abundant at the coast. A mix of sun and clouds across the region today with highs in the upper 50′s and lwr 60′s.
Sunny dry and breezy SW winds today, Gusts to 20 to 30 mph by midday and afternoon. Highs will be cooler than yesterday…58 to 64. There are clouds in the far northern and western reaches of New England associated with an upper low which continues to lift into Canada. Those clouds will primarily stay there, but a few puffy cu’s may pop with the heating of the day across the interior. Winds will be diminishing tonight with lows dropping into the 40′s with clear to partly cloudy skies.
The Upper low over james Bay continues to wrap in seasonable dry and cool weather into the Northeast today with breezy WSW winds. There are more clouds north with partial sunshine. In the south, sun filled skies all morning through the early afternoon before clouds begin to build & increase during the afternoon. Highs in the Lwr-mid 60′s. Not as windy, but still an active wind which could still gust to 30 from time to time.
The rain and humidity is long gone. The winds of change have moved in today as low pressure deepens and pulls into southern Canada. The winds are providing a refreshing clean and dry airmass with the definite feel of fall. Bright sunshine this morning will give way to building PM cumulus thanks to cooler air aloft and a piece of energy which will move in later today which could trigger a late PM sprinkle or shower farther inland. Highs will average above normal in the mid-uppr 60s with some areas at the coast nearing 70. The winds will provide a chill to the air.
High pressure is close enough to provide enough subsidence for some increasing PM sunshine across the north with skies becoming partly sunny. This stable sinking air should allow for some brightening to the skies this afternoon in the south as well…with more clouds south of the Pike closer to the front.
Winds are extremely light today, but expect them to shift onshore this afternoon for a feeble onshore wind. This will keep it slightly cooler at the beaches in the mid 70′s with many inland areas in the upper 70′s and Lwr 80′s, especially if we break into any period of sunshine…which I am expecting to develop this afternoon.
The Rain has pushed off shore, but plenty of clouds remain today as SW winds aloft continue to stee warm humid airmass into the northeast. High pressure will be building towards New England with a stalling front off our coast this afternoon. This should give way to some increasing sun or at least a thing to the overcast this afternoon. Breaks are already visible on the satellite. Overall, a decent Saturday… With temps already in the 70′s, by afternoon it will feel down right summer like with highs in the Lwr 80′s and dewpoints near 70. Ugh.
Plenty of sunshine out there today with high thin cirrus clouds drifting above our heads. A trough to our west will be pushing into the region this afternoon bringing a few thicker middle level clouds along with it. High pressure at the surface will keep us dry and cool with highs in the mid 60′s for most. Winds will be light, so a PM seabreeze will keep temps mainly in the lower 60′s at the beaches.
High pressure parked over Maine this morning providing clear and calm conditions to the region. Patchy morning fog is already beginning to lift. Light onshore winds from the SE will keep it cooler at the coast today in the 60′s while most inland spots will climb to 70-75 degrees this afternoon…warmer in the west.
A beauty of a day across New England with high pressure building in behind a backdoor front. This barely noticeable front will push off the coast this afternoon followed by a cooler NE wind for the afternoon. Mostly sunny skies with high clouds today. Highs in the 70′s nearing 80 in the west. As winds shift east this afternoon a cooling seabreeze will help to keep temps mostly in the lwr 70′s at the coast.
Clouds will continue to gradually increase and thicken through the weekend. While the coast should remain dry tomorrow, the risk inland for showers increases, especially once you get west of Worcester. The clouds and cool SE winds will keep temps in the 70′s near 80. The warm spot will be NH and ME in the Lwr 80′s. Only in the upper 60′s and Lwr 70′s where it will be raining out west.