Posted by Jeremy Reiner
Wow...some snappy air has taken hold across southern New England this morning and it won't let go until late in the day Thursday. It's a nice bubble of dry, refreshing air that will keep the muggies out of New England and keep our temps near 70 this afternoon. Just about ideal for any outdoor activities planned today. So much winning right there. Clear skies tonight with temps down into the 40s & 50s means another great night for sleeping.
Wednesday offers similar weather as high pressure (responsible for all this snazzy weather) doesn't move. Sunshine, low humidity & a real temptation to burn a vacation day are in order. Carve out some time to enjoy the sun...it's going bye bye after this.
As we step into Thursday, clouds return and by the end of the day (after 6pm) there will be a slight chance of some showers with a better chance of showers at night. By Friday it will be full on clouds, showers & humidity as a storm that was born in the tropics (but shall remain nameless at this time) wobbles up the east coast. This storm will likely toss some locally heavy pockets of rain into New England (looks like western/northern New England right now) on Friday & Friday Night. The storm will try to stay in the northeast for the start of the weekend so plan on Saturday offering a chance of some showers with Sunday the better of the two days.
First things first--enjoy that sunshine today!