A mixed bag holiday weekend
One More Batch of Rain...Dry high pressure to our north will give us some morning sunshine, but it will be fading behind increasing high -mid level clouds during the day. Highs will climb into the 40's to near 50 in many areas this afternoon under partly sunny skies. Skies will end up being brighter across the north, with more in the way of clouds streaming through SNE thanks to a batch of showers just off our South coast. Winds will shift to the NE this afternoon then to the SE tonight as clouds will continue to thicken with an approaching warm front.
Quick Changes of Weather After midnight towards daybreak I expect the rain to become most steady with the warm front directly over southern New England at the crack of dawn. Morning showers will linger through the late morning along the coast. Showers will be mainly over by afternoon. NNW winds will lock in low clouds and a cool feel especially north and NW of Boston where highs will only be in the 30's and Lwr 40's. South of Boston highs will climb into the mid -upper 40's with the passage of the warm front in the afternoon.
Let The Warm Up Begin!
Mild Start to December, Can It Last?A snowy, wintry start to the day with a widespread coating of snow. Temperatures will rise slowly today as highs slowly creep into the middle and then upper 30's be evening, turning any leftover snow showers to rain or drizzle for many.
Scattered PM Storms Bring In A Midweek Beauty...But Will It Last?Hazy sunshine is emerging behind this warm front with warming westerly winds. Highs will quickly be climbing into the upper 80's and Lwr 90's this afternoon. Dewpoints will be very humid in the upper 60's and Lwr 70's. With an approaching cold front this afternoon, there will be enough moisture, lift and instability to trigger scattered afternoon thunderstorms. The area which we have been outlining for the best chance of stronger storms forming or maybe even severe weather is across Eastern MA and RI during the hours of 2-6 PM
2 Beauties...Then A Struggle to WarmHighs are climbing into the upper 50's and Lwr 60's this afternoon with breezy NW winds providing a bit of a chill to the air. Winds could gust to 20-30 this afternoon. High pressure will crest over New England tonight with clear skies and diminishing wind. Tonight will feature the best conditions for radiational cooling and the potential for some patchy frost early Monday Morning.
A Summer Surge Just In Time For Marathon MondayLet the warm up begin! A warm front lies south of New England the morning. Clouds are breaking with increasing sunshine for the rest of the morning into the early afternoon. A light SW wind will help allow temps to climb into the 70's to near 80 inland, with a cooler breeze to be found at our south facing coastlines. The warm front will begin to push through late today and tonight. Clouds will be spilling back into New England late today and tonight. The remnants of the tornado outbreak in the Plains is spilling over the ridge and will be directed into the region tonight along the warm front. The best chance of a few showers will be between 6PM and midnight tonight.
Spring Has Sprung!High pressure in place across the mid Atlantic is pulling offshore and will begin to wrap in a breezy SW wind today and start the warm up with highs climbing into the 50's.
Brief Arctic Air in a Mild FebruarySunny skies this morning will give way to partly sunny skies this afternoon. Highs will climb into the mid 20's, a few upper 20's at the south coast. A good day to dress warm if outside for any time.
Summer Gift For the Dad'sA sunny and pleasant day today as dewpoints continue to drop making it feel very comfortable outside. Upper low over the maritimes wrapping in dry Canadian with building high pressure at the surface providing mainly dry pleasant conditions for the next 48 hours
More Clouds, More Warmth, Next Weekend?We are socked in the clouds this Sunday with cool onshore NE winds keeping temps running below normal. Very chilly at the coast with areas of drizzle and mist this morning. Temps at the beaches will likely remain in the 40's and lwr 50's. Farther inland a better chance of some warming into the 50's and Lwr 60's. with mid 60's in the CT river valley. Mostly cloudy conditions will prevail, but there is the potential for a few breaks of sun in any thinner overcast this afternoon inland.