The Upper low stalled over the maritimes will be just far enough away, so winds will remain persistent from the NNW all week providing a dry stable airmass which will help to keeps temps seasonally cool for this time of year through Wednesday. Cool clear overnights to start the week in the Lwr 40’s, Cool sunny days in the 60’s.
This weekend marks the 75th anniversary of one of the most destructive and powerful storms to ever strike New England.
Monday will start off with clouds and scattered light spotty showers. These showers will be extremely light with no more than a few tenth’s of an inch of rain at the most. Best chance of showers will be in the morning through the midday. The cold front will take most of the day to finally push off the coast. With more clouds than sun, temps will mostly hold in the 60’s to near 70.
High pressure builds over us for the next 24 hours. Sunday will start off a bit cool, but it will turn into an absolutely picture perfect day. Winds will be shifting to the WSW by the afternoon which will allow temps to climb to 70-75 degrees and make for a slightly warmer feel to the air with the sunshine. Pick of the weekend for sure!
A chilly start at the bus stop Monday with clear skies. Once the sun gets a little higher in the sky it will turn into a sparkling day with highs in the upper 60’s and Lwr 70’s inland as winds shift to SSE in the afternoon with some increasing high clouds late.
By dawn on Sunday, the cold front will lie across SNH. Plenty of morning clouds will still be in place. It may still trigger a few early morning light showers especially at the coast. By noon, the cold front will be pushing off the coast, with cooler drier more stable air following in for the afternoon with a breezy NW wind which will pick up during the mid afternoon hours. Skies will increase with sunshine from N-S during the afternoon with highs ranging from 70-76 degrees. Warmer temps will be found south of Boston and in SE MA.
The best chance of showers on Monday likely happening during the morning hours. Breaks of midday sun will try to pop through during the afternoon. This could trigger a brief pop up shower or thunderstorm during the afternoon. Highs will be in the upper 70’s and Lwr 80’s with a breezy SW wind ahead of the approaching front.
Onshore winds are a bit breezy at the coast which will help to keep temps in the lwr 70’s at the beaches this afternoon. Meanwhile, away from any onshore wind, highs will be in the mid-upper 70’s to near 80 in western New England.
High pressure remains over us today providing plenty of low level dry air at the surface. We have seen a mix of sun and clouds across Northern and Central New England. So far, not a bad day, but clouds will continue to stream into the region during the afternoon. Generally, clouds and filtered sunshine today with highs in the 70’s to near 80.
High pressure sits over us today with sunshine, light winds, low humidity. Winds will be shifting onshore this afternoon keeping temps in the 70’s at the beach, with some lwr 80’s farther inland. Fair weather cumulus will start to build again with the midday sunshine, while high cirrus clouds will increase from the south during the afternoon as well.