Back On Track
Posted by Chris Lambert
After a cool, rainy pattern derailed our nice Spring weather for several days, it seems like Mother Nature has us back on track for the next several days.
Although not picture perfect with mostly cloudy skies at times across the southern half of Worcester County, Rhode Island and parts of Buzzards Bay and Bristol County, at least it's dry. Best chance of a shower of sprinkle is across western Mass and western CT. With a nice NW breeze and low humidity, it'll be a comfortable afternoon as temps flirt with 80. The most sun glares down north of Boston, up through southern Maine. In the Boston area, South Shore beaches and Metrowest, we'll call it a mix of clouds and sun. It takes a while for the seabreeze to kick in, but it will, and that drops temps from near 80 in the city around 4PM to the 66-70 range by sunset. Great weather for the Sox game!
Sunday is a beauty with mostly sunny skies and temps running in the low 80s inland. Highs are capped in the low to mid 70s coast, even falling back into the upper 60s at the beaches with an onshore breeze the is steady in the afternoon. Overall, the weather cooperates for just about anything you have planed.
Monday... Another good looking day with temps near 80, cooler Cape.
Tuesday is in the lower 80s with higher humidity and increasing afternoon clouds. Those clouds foreshadow an approaching front that'll bring us scattered downpours and rumbles of thunder on Wednesday. The wet pattern won't hold on too long, but Thursday seems to be a bit cool and unsettle still. Right now, Friday is the transition day into improving weather, and if the trend sticks, perhaps nice next weekend too?
Before I get too far ahead of myself, let's enjoy this weekend!