The front that brought in the cooler weather along with fog and drizzle is slowly lifting back to the north has a warm front this afternoon.
Drier air is gradually working down through the low clouds, with breaks of sunshine becoming more abundant as temperature slowly climb through the 60s.
Away from the coast we are even warmer with the temperature in the 70s for a pretty nice finish to our Memorial Day.
It looks really nice for Sunset, with light winds and most of the fog having dissipated, and temperatures near 70° away from the beach.
There is a weak front from Canada crossing New England tonight and tomorrow, but it is hard to even notice, as there may be just a scattered shower or thunderstorm well north today, then further south and east tomorrow.
But it is much drier air and warmer too, with plenty of sunshine tomorrow most of us warm well into the 80s, cooler along the shore with light variable wind, and a seabreeze.
High pressure is right over us for Tuesday night and Wednesday with a clear full moon, low temperature in the 40s and 50s early Wednesday. Sunshine Wednesday with temperatures near 80 inland, closer to 70° at the shore with locally onshore breeze.
High pressure moves out to sea Wednesday night, with the remnant of Alberto and a front from the Great Lakes both advancing in our direction.
Showers or thunderstorm is possible Thursday afternoon with a high temperature in the 70s. Then those two weather systems will combine to bring occasional showers and slightly cooler air for late in the week and to start the weekend. It's too early to make the call on Saturday and Sunday, but at this point it looks like it will be on the cooler side with a chance of at least a few showers.