Unlike the past two weeks when we had some monster rainstorms this week offers a quiet pattern with temps bouncing up, down & around our seasonal norms (58/43). There are signs that a rather strong storm may be here in the northeast by the weekend but until then it’s mainly a temperature forecast.
Today’s temps forecast puts the numbers close to normal–upper 50s under a partly sunny sky. A leftover breeze from yesterday is with us but overall it’s a nice fall day. Clouds move through New England late tonight & those clouds are tied to a warm front that will deliver the goods both tomorrow and again on Wednesday. Temps tomorrow reach the upper 60s while we flirt with 70 on Wednesday. The only issue on Wednesday is a lot of clouds and even a few sprinkles. Decent day for outdoor activities.
The Huump Daaaay sprinkle threat is due to a cool front that will send temps back into the 50s for Thursday & again Friday. Friday of course is Halloween….no snow this year #Yay……and it looks good for outdoor activities late in the day/evening. Temps will be in the mid 50s Friday afternoon and then settle into the upper-mid 40s by evening.
That weekend storm will be focused across northern New England but we can plan on some cold rain showers here on Saturday. The air will be so cold that some wet snowflakes are possible in the Worcester Hills/Southern N.H. Saturday afternoon as temps hang in the upper 30s for afternoon highs. More on that later this week.