Fog To Sun, Pattern Stays Dry
Posted by Chris Lambert
Dense stuff huh? That fog is like pea soup in spots this morning, and because of that, a dense fog advisory is in place for much of eastern Mass until 9:00AM. The moisture is confined close to the ground, in fact, this morning it was quite the view on top of the Prudential Center with sunshine at the top and an undercast covering the city below.
Where locally dense fog hasn't formed, the skies are bright once again with sunshine winning out. All of us will see the sunshine win out this afternoon as highs head up into the low to mid 60s at the coast and the upper 60s to 70 inland.
So what about Monday? The track of an ocean storm we've been watching looks too far east to impact us in a major way. Sure, we'll see more clouds, maybe a stray sprinkle or shower near the Cape or Nantucket, but it's mainly a dry day with an active northeast to north breeze allowing for a bit of a chill to the air, especially over the Cape/Islands. The farther north and west you go, the warmer it is and the more sunshine you'll have. Highs stay in the 60s.
As that storm pulls away, winds turn back out of the west by midweek as highs head toward and above 80 on Wednesday! We'll remain fairly warm through the end of the week, into next weekend too (mid 70s to near 80).