Mostly Sunny and Mild Saturday

Friday was not a very sunny day in Southeastern New England, but it was still relatively mild, with highs near 70° away from the coast. An onshore breeze kept the areas around the ocean and bay in the mid to upper 50s. Friday night will be cloudy with a few passing showers. It will not be cold, with lows in the mid to upper 40s.

Saturday looks delightful in Southern New England
Saturday looks delightful in Southern New England

Any showers will be out of the picture by early Saturday morning, and it looks like it will be a nice day, with highs in the mid 60s inland, and near 60 at the coast. It will be partly to mostly sunny. An onshore breeze will knock the temperature down several degrees in the afternoon near the coast. Don’t forget the sunscreen if you plan on spending a lot of time outside. The sun is as high in the sky in mid-April as it is in late-August.

A warm front will move through the Northeast on Sunday, and it could lead to more clouds and cooler temperatures in Southeastern New England. You can expect a partly to mostly cloudy day, with highs inland near 60, and in the low to mid 50s near the coast with a  10-15 mph south-southeasterly breeze.

The warm front will move through by Monday morning, and it will be breezy and warm inland on Monday afternoon. Look for mostly sunny skies, and highs in the upper 60s to mid 70s away from the coast or bay. Highs will be in the upper 50s to low 60s near the coast with a gusty southwesterly wind that occasional reaches 25-30 mph.

Clouds will increase on Tuesday as a slow-moving front approaches from the west. Rain is likely by late Tuesday, and it may be heavy at times Tuesday night into Wednesday. After highs near 60 on Tuesday, it will turn sharply cooler in the middle to late part of next workweek. Wednesday may only be in the 40s to low 50s with morning showers and afternoon clouds. It is unclear if the weather will be dry and cool or unsettled and cool next Thursday and Friday. It depends on how far offshore a front gets, and whether a storm forms along the front and heads north. We’ll keep you posted.

Fred Campagna

President and Chief Meteorologist - Right Weather LLC AMS Certified Consulting Meteorologist #756 AMS Certified Broadcast Meteorologist #126

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