It certainly felt like a wintery tease this morning, with some of us waking up to temperatures in the low-20s…and yes, even a few stray flurries. Good news is that temperatures will warm up pretty nicely today, with seasonable highs near 53°. While I can’t entirely rule out isolates sprinkles today, most of will stay dry, and those that do manage some moisture will see trace amounts. Otherwise, expect a mixture of sun and clouds today, with winds out of the west, not as breezy as yesterday.
A weak front tracks through New England through this evening, ushering in some cooler air and breezier conditions for your Sunday forecast. Waking up to Sunday morning should be more pleasant temp-wise than today, with lows near average in the low-40s. Temperatures tomorrow will trend cooler, with highs in the low-50s and the slight chance for sprinkles. While we could see a few sprinkles tomorrow morning, the Cape and coast stand the best shot at some wet weather by the late morning through the early evening. Don’t count on any weekend sprinkles do make a dent in our rain deficit, or to spoil your weekend plans!
Blustery conditions rev up tomorrow into Monday, adding chill factor into the next couple of days. By Tuesday temperatures moderate back into the low-60s as you head out to the polls.
Have a wonderful weekend!!
Meteorologist Wren Clair