Just when you thought we were all positioned for a warm spell, a front comes in to divide the masses. High temps made the mid-70s yesterday after abundant sun and a warm airmass nudged into New England.
Last night’s wet weather will drop the temperatures across almost all of Maine and at least 3/4 of New Hampshire today as it helps bog down a warm front. South of that front, we're already planning lunch outside in most of Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island.
More specifically, the warmer air should fall short of making past the Mass/New Hampshire border, keeping the 50s/60s north of that line and the 70s to near 80 south. We'll have another chance to spread the warmth on Wednesday as a cool front stalls across Southern New England.
Here again, the clouds will hang tight, but with just a bit of sun around, we should be flirting with 70s in spots. The pattern turns wetter late week with a stalled front ganging up with increasing moisture streaming into the Northeast.
Things look favorable for a soaking rain between Thursday and Friday. After that, the floodgates of cool air will flow into New England for the weekend. You've been warned. Now go and enjoy some of this late season warmth!