For the first time in weeks, we have a beautiful weekend on tap across New England.
Sunshine on Saturday will boost temperatures into the 70s and low 80s with comfortable humidity.
A cold front located to our south will be the focus for rain, meaning we stay dry, but clouds will clip us on the northern side of the disturbance. As a result expect the sun to dim during the afternoon and evening, especially in Southern New England.
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Sunday dawns with temperatures in the 40s and 50s in Northern New England, with 50s and 60s in Southern New England. By the end of the day highs will make it into the 70s inland, but a weak seabreeze will keep us in the upper 60s and low 70s at the coast. Clouds will gradually melt away with time as well.
Monday is sunny, but still cool at the coast with 60s there; 70s will be achieved inland once you get away from a continued seabreeze.
Winds turn to the southwest on Tuesday, allowing temperatures to pop back to near 80 except for the South Coast, Cape, and Islands.
Our next chance of showers or storms comes on Wednesday.