It will be a one-day stand with the very warm weather in Southern New England. Friday night looks mild and muggy, with lows in the mid 60s. The wind will shift and come out of the north on Saturday, bringing in some slightly cooler air. Highs will be in the upper 70s to low 80s under partly sunny skies. The remainder of the Labor Day weekend looks fair due to high pressure situated to our northeast. You can expect highs in the 70s Sunday and Monday with partly to mostly sunny skies both days.
What’s left of Isaac will bring us some rain Tuesday into Wednesday. Right now, it looks like we’ll see widespread showers from late Tuesday afternoon through early Wednesday morning. There will be a break in the action before more showers threaten next Thursday.
We’re also keeping an eye on Tropical Storm Leslie in the Atlantic Ocean. The official National Hurricane Forecast forecast on the Hurricane Tracker brings the storm to south of Bermuda in five days. After that, things could get interesting if the weather pattern comes together just right over the Eastern US. Right Weather Pro subscribers saw a detailed analysis of this in today’s Long Range Forecast. If you’re not a Right Weather Pro subscriber, you can join today for $39.99/year, or you can check out our limited-time offer and get a free membership through the end of 2012.