A cold front swept across New England overnight, bringing an end to the record warm air that was here for the first week of November.
High pressure from Canada is bringing in dryer cooler air, but not too cold. Clouds left behind the departing front allow for only limited sunshine in southern New England today.
Also, another trough of low pressure from Canada will keep clouds in our northern mountains during the day today. High temperatures near 50 North to 60° south. Wind from the west 10 to 20 mph.
A weak weather system crosses New England overnight with a few mountain snow showers and lower elevation rain showers ending by midnight. Overnight low temperature in the 30s.
It is a bright brisk Sunday, with blue sky and gusty wind, high temperatures closer to 50°. Wind from the Northwest 10 to 20 mph, gusting to 30 mph.
Clear and cold start on Monday with temperatures near freezing early, warming to the mid 50s by afternoon, looks like a beautiful day.
Low-pressure moving from the Bahamas to the mid-Atlantic states should pass out to sea south of New England later Tuesday. But the low pressure in close enough to at least bring some clouds if not a few raindrops here Tuesday night. Highs Tuesday near 60°.
We should be between weather systems Wednesday, with increasing sunshine and a high temperature in the low 60s.
A more powerful Weatherfront arrives on Thursday with the rain developing during the afternoon and overnight. Parts of New England may get upwards of an inch of rain ending early Friday followed by more seasonable dry weather next weekend.