Hit and miss showers, downpours, and thunderstorms continue to move through New England Saturday evening, with temperatures holding in the 50s and 60s through the overnight.
A cold front pushes offshore today, ushering drier and more seasonable conditions as high pressure builds overhead. Mostly sunny skies are expected with high temperatures reaching into the mid to upper...
Most of us start off sunny and cool Friday morning.
Two disturbances are affecting New England Thursday, though neither is all that impactful.
A wave of low pressure south of New England brought some rain to parts of Connecticut, Rhode Island, and southeastern Massachusetts overnight.
Although our New England air is pleasant Wednesday, there’s a cold front approaching from the north and a disturbance moving east out of the Great Lakes that will close in on our region by the night.
High pressure from southeast Canada brought a mostly clear sky overnight with temperatures starting out in the 40s and 50s with low humidity Wednesday morning.
A cold front will slide through the area Tuesday morning, allowing for drier and comfortable air to filter into the region after midday.
A powerful storm is causing damage and power outages as it moves through New England.
There is no question it will be hot today, but it certainly won’t be atypical. Records may be set, but the heat and humidity are relatively average for late Spring.
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