The Nor’Easter will reach Cape Cod and the Islands around midday on Wednesday in the form of rain.
The Nor’easter will reach Cape Cod and the Islands around midday on Wednesday in the form of rain.
The peak of the storm will be overnight Wednesday into Thursday morning.
The latest thoughts are that the rainfall will tally up to 1-2 inches (isolated amounts of 3 inches) from Wednesday evening to Thursday night.
It’s a tranquil start to your work and school week. Today will be partly sunny with a raindrop or two possible for the Cape and Nantucket. It’s going to be chilly with highs in the middle 40s.
Another storm will be making a run at New England Wednesday, according to WBZ-TV meteorologist Joe Joyce.
With breaks of sunshine, temperatures will be cool in the upper 40′s northwest suburbs to lower 50′s southeast Mass, Cape and Islands. An active and blustery wind at 15-25mph from the northwest will add some extra chill to the air making it feel more like the middle 40′s. November is here!
There is likely to be some sort of storm off our coastline by the middle of next week. How close it comes and what its track and strength will be remains to be seen.
A milder SSE wind is in place this morning with temps in the 50′s and Lwr 60′s. Early Breaks of morning sun are fading to Mostly Cloudy skies. Highs will climb to near 70-75 by late in the day with mainly dry, muggy and breezy conditons for Eastern MA. Not a bad day on the Cape. Winds will pick up from the south this afternoon with gusts to 30 mph.
Sunshine and light SW winds will allow temps to warm up quickly this morning into the afternoon. Highs will be climbing into the mid-upper 70′s inland. Winds will be light enough to turn onshore during the afternoon…a sea breeze will keep temps in the Lwr 70s at the beach. High clouds may increase a bit during the afternoon…but just an all around stellar day outside.