Monday Midday Update
After further review…it looks like we will be getting some rain this weekend. As suspected, a storm will likely develop in the Atlantic Ocean close to the Eastern Seaboard and move to the north through Southern New England this weekend. At this point, there is the potential for both weekend days to be rather wet, but it’s still early in the game.
From Sunday Evening
Fall is off to a fantastic start with back to back sunny days and mild afternoon temperatures. Fortunately, there won’t be too much change at the start of the workweek.
After starting with clear cool skies early in the morning, Monday afternoon will be partly cloudy, and a bit cooler than the weekend, with highs in the mid to upper 60s.
Tuesday looks nice. We’ll see lots of sunshine, and highs in the upper 60s to low 70s. Once again, the day will start with lows in the 40s to low 50s.
A weather system moving out of the Ohio Valley may bring a few midweek showers, but it doesn’t look like a very wet stretch. Most of the time it will be dry Wednesday and Thursday, but a few showers can’t be ruled out. Highs will be in the upper 60s to low 70s Wednesday, and mid to upper 60s on Thursday.
The forecast gets trickier as we head into next weekend. As I alluded to in the Long Range Forecast for Right Weather Pro subscribers, there is the possibility of a storm developing just off the Eastern Seaboard and moving up the coast into Southern New England. Right now, I don’t have high enough confidence that it will happen this weekend (it may be a few days later) to put rain in the 7 Day Forecast, but it’s something we’ll have to monitor.
The mosquito season will likely continue for most or all of Southeastern New England through this week. I don’t see a killing frost in our future until, at least, early October.