Squeeze Play!Enough dry air will remain in place Wednesday that there will be breaks of sun inland early, but clouds will be quickly filling in as the squeeze will be on between the departing ocean low and an approaching cold front. Cloudy skies with light NE winds will spell highs in Lwr-mid 60's. This front could trigger a few late showers in the far NW portions of New England late Wednesday. Most of the shower activity with this front will come Wednesday Night through early Thursday morning.
Song Remains The Same...For Now!Tuesday may start off with a few clouds with this front near by, but skies will increase with sun..Partly to mostly sunny skies and slightly warmer temps in the mid-upper 60's inland. Light SE winds will still keep it cooler at the coast.
A Milder Week Ahead..But The Cooler Air LoomsAfter a cool start to Columbus Day, sunshine with light ESE winds will warm temps into the Lwr-mid 60's by afternoon. A cold front will be pushing into New England. This will come with clouds for NNE in the morning. Some of these clouds will spread south during the afternoon with skies becoming partly sunny.
Coastal Storm Churns South We will likely experience the northern fringe effects from this coastal storm with the brunt of the storm remaining well south of New England. Still, showers will break off this low and begin to arrive in SNE Thursday afternoon. The best chance of rain will be along and south of the MA Pike.
A Brief Mild Breeze... Winds will be shifting to the south and picking up during the afternoon ahead of an approaching cold front. Maybe a few breaks of sun may pop out during the mid afternoon hours ahead of the front. Highs will be warmer with the breeze from the south as highs will climb into the Lwr-mid 70's Winds could gust over 30 mph especially at our south facing coastlines.
Weather Gone Wild!Clouds will remain in place on Saturday, but I expect clouds to break for some partial sunshine during the afternoon. Light NE winds will help to keep temps in the 60's, but any significant sun could spike temps back into the Lwr 70's. Saturday will likely be the best day of the weekend.
A Taste of SummerMorning clouds Monday will be breaking to increasing sunshine with brighter skies inland. Temps will once again hold in the 60's to near 70 inland with a better chance of sunshine in the afternoon. Still a cooler breeze from NE will keep highs in lwr-mid 60's at beaches Monday with mostly dry conditions.
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Fall Spectacular This Weekend....Much Ado About Hybrid Storm Crystal clear skies thanks to High pressure right over us. A few fair weather clouds may try to pop in the afternoon inland, otherwise sun-filled skies, light winds with highs in the Lwr-mid 70's inland today, with slightly cooler temps in 60's to near 70 with a light onshore wind for the beaches.
Hard To Find Any Rain...Plenty Of Sun For Weekend!Our low which has been stalled over the Canadian Maritimes will again start to back in clouds into New England during the overnight hours. This deck of strato-cumulus clouds will be in place Friday morning. A steady breeze from the NE in the morning will begin to diminish in the afternoon with skies becoming partly sunny as high pressure begins to slide in from Canada. Just like the past few days, it will be cooler at the coast near 60-62 degrees, but temps will be near 70 neat the CT river valley. Most areas will again see temps in the mid-upper 60's for Friday afternoon.
'Tis The Season...Fall Officially Has Arrived!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.
Looking Back At The Great Hurricane Of 1938 This weekend marks the 75th anniversary of one of the most destructive and powerful storms to ever strike New England.