Drier and milder today as an area of low pressure moves offshore. Expecting highs to crest into the low 60s south and mid 50s north.
After a dry start, rain moves back into New England tonight as the next slug of rain approaches.
Lows remain in the low 40s north and mid 40s to upper south with persistent rain and clouds around.
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Chilly and raw conditions are expected on Friday with another low pressure system approaching from the great lakes region. Highs reach into the low 60s south and mid 50s across the north.
Drying begins across New England on Saturday as drier air mass moves in. A light NW flow and cloudy skies will keep temperatures in the upper 50s south and mid 50s north.
On Sunday, drying period may come to an end as a low pressure approaches from the Carolinas.
Expecting partly sunny skies and moderate temperatures. Highs reach into the mid 50s. Looking ahead to the start of the work week, partly sunny skies prevail on Monday with highs maxing out near 60 degrees.
We’re keeping an eye on the potential for some rainfall on Tuesday courtesy of an area of coastal low’s proximity to New England. For temperatures, we’ll reach into the mid 50s.
Clouds will stick around on Wednesday with slightly warmer temperatures. High pressure slides into the region from the south on Thursday.
Onshore flow may keep temperatures down a bit along the coast in the upper 50s with mid 60s across the interior.