The Better Half Ahead
Posted by Chris Lambert
Well, it wasn't the best day that we've had, that's for sure, but some of the mist and drizzle seemed to let up a bit this afternoon, so it was somewhat manageable if you had to be out and about. Of course, with some many low clouds stuck here, temps were also stuck in place all day.
We'll do better tomorrow as indeed the second half of the weekend is the better half.
After more low clouds, fog, patchy mist this evening, a front to our west sweeps in overnight, helping to bring drier air in by early tomorrow morning. In fact, at sunrise, I expect partly sunny skies. We'll remain partly sunny into the afternoon, although the clouds start to win the battle by late afternoon. By the evening, showers move back in and turn to a steady rain after midnight, into Monday morning.
There may be just enough cold air leftover late tomorrow night and early Monday morning to allow for some icy spots north of outer Route 2 and into SW New Hampshire, but most of us just deal with a cold rain.
Temps are slow to warm Monday, but once the front works through, steady rain turns to hit or miss showers and temps take off to the upside in the afternoon into the evening. How's 60 sound? Although weather will be mild for you tailgaters heading to watch the big match-up Monday night at Gillette, do be prepare for at least scattered showers.
Cooler weather prevails Tuesday with perhaps a shower or two at the coast. Brighter skies to follow Wednesday-Friday.