Sun and Clouds on Sunday

Saturday was stunningly nice in Southern New England. High temperatures were near 70 inland, and in the 60s at the coast. Sunday, while not quite as nice, will most likely turn into a decent day. There will be more clouds as a warm front passes through New England. Rain and snow showers are likely in Northern New England, but it will stay dry in Southern New England. The wind will be out of the south-southeast most of the day, a cool wind direction in April.

The temperature will start the day in the mid 40s before rising into the mid to upper 50s near the coast, and low to mid 60s inland. If the clouds break up sooner than expected, and the wind shifts to the southwest as the warm front passes, then the temperature will reach 70 away from the coast.

Clouds may be stubborn for part of Southern New England on Sunday
Clouds may be stubborn for part of Southern New England on Sunday

The relatively mild weather will continue into early next week. Monday will be windy and warm inland, but much cooler near the coast. It will be partly to mostly sunny with highs in the low 70s inland, but only near 60 at the coast, and turning cooler as the wind increases to 15-30 mph during the afternoon.

Tuesday looks wet, with a cold front bringing rain to Southern New England, especially in the afternoon and evening. Rain will develop from west to east during the day. It will be breezy to windy, with 30+ mph wind gusts likely near the coast. Highs will be in the mid 50s to low 60s. Rain, with the chance of a thunderstorm, will continue Tuesday evening. The rain should end by dawn on Wednesday as much colder weather moves in behind the front.

Wednesday and Thursday will be partly cloudy with highs ranging from the mid 40s to low 50s, and lows in the 30s. Very cool for mid-April. It will likely stay dry with slightly milder weather on Friday.

Fred Campagna

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

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