A wave of low pressure along a warm front brings in clouds this morning, but we should be dry through lunchtime and most of New England. Showers are scattered around this afternoon with temperatures holding mostly in the 60s, with a light breeze in off the ocean.
The front moves off tomorrow with a mixture of sun and clouds, still a leftover shower in parts of Maine and eastern Massachusetts, high temperature in the 70s for nice mid-week weather.
Thursday looks beautiful with sunshine and temperatures back in the 70s.
High pressure gets south of New England Friday allowing warmer weather and slightly increased humidity, mostly sunny with a high in the 80s.
Memorial Day weekend features warm weather to start off on Saturday, but a front comes in during the afternoon with a chance of a thunderstorm in northern New England. High temperature once again in the 80s.
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It looks warm and humid Saturday night with a few thunderstorms, and then we should dry out in northern New England during Sunday, with a chance of a thunderstorm in southern New England, with temperatures starting to cool off a bit.
The outlook for Memorial Day on Monday is for a mixture of sun and clouds and slightly cooler air.
The weekend forecast is medium to low confidence, but it sure does look like a warm summer pattern to begin with anyway.