What to Know
- Another beautiful day Sunday with lots of sunshine expected.
- Monday will start out with patchy fog, it will then dissipate under a mostly sunny sky.
- Some areas could see 3- to 4-inches of rain on Tuesday due to remnants of Tropical Storm Florence.
Another beautiful day with lots of sunshine expected. Highs will rise quickly into the 80s, except for coastal town with temperatures in the 70s, a warm and perfect way to say good-bye to the last weekend of summer.
A few extra clouds, and even a spot shower, is possible over the mountains of Northern New England. Monday will start out with patchy fog, it will then dissipate under a mostly sunny sky. The warmth continues with highs in the 70s and 80s.
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Clouds will increase late from west to east ahead of the remnants of Florence. Those will arrive with periods of heavy, tropical rains on Tuesday. A swath of heavy rain is possible over Southern New England with totals up to 1-3 inches of rain, some localized spots up to 4 inches. With this much rainfall in a short period of time, there’s a threat for street flooding so don’t forget to “turn around and don’t drown.”
The rain will pull away early on Wednesday, and we’ll turn cooler and more seasonable late week with Autumn arriving on Saturday.