Drizzle To Dry

We saw a number of impressive rainfall totals from yesterday, up to nearly 2” of rain for a lucky few locations! Today’s moisture will be limited, with just trace amounts of rain possible. Our attention today again shifts to king tides at 12 PM. We do have a Coastal Flood Advisory in effect from 10 AM-2 PM today. Minor coastal flooding is expected, with tide levels staying comparable to yesterday’s high tide.

We’re still contending with some lingering moisture from yesterday’s frontal system. This will make for a misty, drizzly morning. We’ve also got a few spots waking up to some patchy fog mainly west of 495 (which will mix out before the mid-morning hours). We dry out into this morning. While we’ll see mostly cloudy skies through the morning, we should slowly chip away at cloud cover as we move into the afternoon. A few peaks of sunshine are possible by the late afternoon/early evening, which would help us warm up from the mid-50s into the upper-50s. Cloud cover continues to thin out into to overnight hours, clearing earlier in southern Mass.

Low pressure tracks further northward today, and high pressure starts to mosey in from the west. High pressure settles in for the end of your workweek, and this will usher in more sunshine through the rest of the workweek. We’ll also enjoy mild temperatures through Saturday. Sunday is looking cloudy and wet, with temperatures dropping into the low-50s. My advice is to get outside over the next three days before some much cooler air moves in next week!

 

Damp this morning, but dry this afternoon!

Meteorologist Wren Clair

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