Sweeping Changes

Fairly nice day before a cool front swept through the region late this afternoon. the front had potential to toss some showers our way but, like so many other fronts this year, this one lost its (rainfall) teeth by the time it got here. Most towns picked up less than .10″ of rain. Out ahead of this front temps made a healthy run up into the 60s and even getting to 70 for a short time. This front will not fail in the temperature department as cooler weather is heading this way.

Windy conditions develop overnight–helping to drive the front offshore and also driving our warm weather out to sea for a few days. We have abundant sunshine on tap for #FinallyFriday but also a cool day–especially during the morning. Temps tomorrow morning won’t be record shattering–upper 40s–but a feisty northwest wind around 15-20 mph will add a chill to the air (I caution to use wind chill as I’m just not emotionally on board with that term just yet). That wind fades away by afternoon and a fine fall day will finish crisp & cool.

The weekend sees much the same….some chilly mornings but pleasant afternoons. Both days. Saturday will be the cooler of the two days with temps starting near 30 (freeze possible between Rt 128 & I-495) and only reaching the upper 50s by afternoon. Sunday is milder with afternoon temps well up into the 60s—-ideal for leaf-peeping, apple picking or watching the Greatest Of All Time down at Gillette.

Next chance of any rain is a few isolated, light showers Monday afternoon.