New England Warming Trend Has Begun

A beautiful Thursday with sunshine and temperatures warming to 70 to 75° this afternoon.

High-pressure to our south is the reason for the warmer breeze, wind is from the Southwest 10 to 15 mph.

Though we do not have the red flag warning for fire danger, the ground remains dry and we have to be careful.

The front responsible for the flooding in Texas is weakening as it approaches New England tomorrow.

With increasing clouds overnight tonight, and a bit of a breeze, low temperatures will not be as cold, bottoming out mostly in the 40s to lower 50s to start our Friday.

There is some rain on the way, scattered shower activity is most likely west and north for our Friday, high temperatures in the 70s to near 80°.

Humidity is also on the increase, we may get a few thunderstorms late tomorrow or tomorrow night.


Low-pressure developing on the front may bring steady rain to Cape Cod and Eastern Maine early Saturday morning. Rainfall amounts are likely a half inch or less.

High pressure from Canada brings in cooler but nice weather for the weekend.

With sunshine for Saturday high temperature close to 60°.


It'll be chilly Saturday night with a light frost possible again on Sunday morning, followed by a mixture of sun and clouds high temperature in the 50s on Sunday.

A few showers are possible Sunday night is another warm front lifts to the north of New England. Monday looks like a breezy mix of sun and clouds with a high temperature back in the 60s.


Then a stronger front comes in on Tuesday with the better chance for more significant rain and cooler air.

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