High pressure from Canada continued to push colder air into New England Wednesday night. You can expect some patchy fog with temperatures starting in the 50s and 40s Thursday morning.
Clouds will break a bit more Thursday, but the fall-like air holds tight with highs once again struggling to reach 70 degrees.
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Friday, a warm front will allow for temperatures to rise quickly into the mid-70s. Humidity will also be on the increase, and at night, a cold front brings a chance for storms. Those storm chances increase, especially in north and west of Boston with most of the activity moving offshore by Saturday morning.
The first weekend of autumn continues to look promising, with fair skies and lower humidity, highs in the 70s Saturday and upper 60s Sunday. Seasonable weather persists next week in the exclusive Early Warning Weather 10-day forecast.