After such a hot and humid stretch of weather—a big change for the weekend. Cool, below average temperatures stick around for the next several days.
Lows overnight will dip into the 40s and 50s in Northern New England with mostly clear skies, with 50s and 60s in Southern New England where we’ll have more clouds.
The weekend will follow the same general pattern, with a mixture of sun and clouds across New England as a whole. The brightest weather will be found north, with more clouds clinging to Southern New England.
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Highs on Saturday will be in the 60s to near 70, with more 60s than anything else by Sunday. Winds will be onshore both days.
Monday is still cool, with 60s to around 70, but rain will be arriving. Some of this is actually related to the remnants of what was once Gordon, the storm which hit the Gulf of Mexico.
By Tuesday the showers continue but we pop back into warm, humid air.
The middle and end of next week continue to be somewhat uncertain, and dictated by the future movements of Florence. Regardless of the storm’s final path, New England will see big waves and rip currents next week.