Tracking a cold front this morning and this thing means business. It’s located across eastern New York state and out ahead of the front (where we are) temps are on the rise–into the low 60s. Behind the front those temps are only in the 40s. This front will charge into New England late today sending our September warmth out to sea. This *moving process* will result in some weather throughout the day. That weather will be in the form of clouds and even a few sprinkles. There is the risk of an isolated showers later this afternoon–especially along the I-495 corridor but they will be isolated. Overall, a decent day for outdoor activities!
Sunday is a colder day. Not so much during the morning hours as temps will start out in the 40s…#BeenThereDoneThat but the afternoon is where you’ll feel the difference. Temperatures will only reach the 50s for afternoon highs—not all that far from normal but considering we spent much of the week in the 70s it will feel much colder. The sky is full of clouds to start the day with increasing sunshine by afternoon.
Looking into next week, it appears another big rainstorm will take aim on New England. Unlike last week’s event when it was a warm (and cra humid) event, next week looks like a cold rain. Rainfall totals could exceed 2″ in some locations, more on that next week.
Have a great weekend!