All Good Things
Posted by Pete Bouchard
Weekend is here, and although you wish you could trade on of these brilliant days for Sunday's wet weather, I really don't think it will be all that bad.
Then again, I don't have tickets to the Sox, Pats or the Sylvania 300.
But I do have a forecast that shows drying and some brightening by the time all those events get rolling. Yep, the wettest part of the day is before noon as this system now looks like it will pick up some speed traveling through New England. Earlier in the week, I was worried about this front slowing down as it cruises by, but that's
What about Saturday? Clouds will eventually get the best of us as we gear up for the wet weather. Humidity will be on the rise, and a south/southeast wind will feed a growing cloud mass over Southern New England. Come evening, we should all be overcast, and there might even be some sprinkles around Worcester.
Steadiest showers/rain will last through late morning or noontime, then shoot offshore. We'll dry out, but I can't see more than partly sunny skies - and they won't last the rest of the afternoon. Cooler air will hustle in on a northwest wind, and it should help the clouds fill back in.
Brisk and cool. We're used to that, right? Well, we'll have extra helpings of it next week. Straight sun from Tue-Saturday.
Now that's a September forecast you read about.
Make it a good, safe weekend!
GO Sox, Pats and....Jeff Gordon
Tomorrow is the 75th anniversary of the Great New England Hurricane of 1938, aka The Long Island Express. This devastating storm was the worst ever for New England. See the full review by The National Weather Service in Taunton here.