Thanks to the dome of high pressure overhead, the beautiful weather that surfaced yesterday will return for the next few days.
After another chilly start, temperatures will rebound with the help of the sun-filled skies back into the 60s for most locations, besides the immediate coast where a seabreeze develops this afternoon.
Tonight, under a star-lit sky, temperatures will cool off into the lower 30s north, near 40 south.
For the start of the work week, the warm-up and dry weather continues as Monday features mostly sunny skies and highs into the low to mid 60s.
Ahead of our next system, the dome of high pressure will slide off the New England coast, allowing a shift in wind direction to out of the south, pumping in the milder air, along with the cloud cover. Highs on Tuesday could get close to 70.
After a nice stretch of dry weather, it will be time to dust off the umbrella by Wednesday morning as rain moves in through the afternoon and evening. Highs Wednesday will slip back into the 50s due to the rain-cooled air and cloudy skies.
Thursday features some scattered showers lingering from the slow-moving system, with another system lurking on our doorstep out to the Midwest which is expected to arrive in New England Saturday, but thankfully Saturday doesn’t look like a washout. At least the extended forecast remains in the 60s.
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