Drying westerly breezes are following in for the afternoon with skies trying to become partly sunny. A steady SW flow aloft is helping to provide some midlevel cloud cover which will help to keep temps mainly in the mid-upper 50′s for the second half of the day.
Clouds will increase and thicken, along with gusty SW winds late Tuesday afternoon ahead of a front which will bring a few showers Tuesday night. Building high pressure for Wednesday with plenty of sunshine and mild conditions.
Skies will be mixed with times of sun, times of cloud with a breeze from the WNW keeping highs seasonally cool with highs near 50-56. The building clouds will create a cloudy appearance to the sky and may build just enough this afternoon to pop off a few showers.
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This weekend you will have another shot for viewing Aurora Borealis, but do not get your hopes up.
Skies will average partly sunny today with a milky appearance to sky as the clouds begin to increase during the midday and afternoon. SW winds will be picking up behind this front from the SW with gust to 30 mph. This warm wind will allow temps to climb into the mid-upper 50′s this afternoon, while it will remain in the 40′s and Lwr 50′s at the south coast with a wind off the water. A transition day, but fine outdoor weather day over all.
It’s a blustery dry chill out there on this Saturday. Breezy NW winds gusting 25-30 mph are making temps feel quite chilly this morning. Lighter winds will be in place this afternoon as the high starts to push towards the region with highs climbing into the mid-upper 40′s.
A Rapid warm up for Easter Sunday!Temps were frosty cool at sunrise with most areas outside the city in the 20′s. Now with sun, and SW winds temps will be quickly soaring into the 50′s to near 60 this afternoon.
What a weekend out there! Sun filled skies with warming temps into the mid 50′s Saturday afternoon. Light winds could turn onshore for a few light sea breezes to keep it cooler along eastern facing beaches across Eastern MA keeping highs around 50-54 at the coast.
All eyes are focused on this storm which will be staying south of New England and sparing us the worse wintry effects. This storm will be providing DC to Philly produce about a half foot of slushy snow Monday.