• The European ensembles are mainly offshore, but a few bring a storm close to New England.

    August 30th Update

    This meteorological summer, among the warmest on record in New England, will end with more relativel…

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August 29th Update

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Tuesday looks spectacular with plenty of sunshine and highs in the low 80s. It will not be muggy, and it should stay comfortable into early Wednesday. Clouds increase Wednesday afternoon ahead of a cold front that will bring scattered showers Wednesday night and Thursday - especially in the morning. The front will also help to steer the tropical depression near …

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August 28th Update

Notice the preferred cyclone track over the next 15 days...off the East Coast.

A top-five warmest August will wrap up with more warm weather through the first half of the week. A rare round of showers/storms is possible in the midweek before cooler and drier weather arrives to round out the workweek and begin the Labor Day weekend. The cool-down will be temporary as the long-range outlook favors a return to summer-like warmth …

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August 25th Update

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You can expect oppressively humid weather in Southeastern New England on Friday before it turns a bit drier this weekend. Also, scattered showers and t-storms are possible from midday through the afternoon as a cold front passes. It does not look like widespread rain, and the pattern will likely be very dry (barring anything from the tropics) in the next couple …

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