Decent Thursday; No Big Warm-Up Ahead

The temperature bounced back into the 60s on Wednesday with occasional sunny breaks between the clouds. It was still about 10° cooler than normal, and the generally cool weather will last into the weekend.

Showers south of SNE will creep north late Thursday
Showers south of SNE will creep north late Thursday

Thursday will start with mainly clear skies and temperatures in the 40s at dawn. It will be partly sunny with highs in the mid to upper 60s inland in the afternoon. The coast will be a few degrees cooler because of a 10-15 mph east-southeast breeze. Clouds may be thicker near the coast by late in the afternoon.

A disturbance will move out to sea south of Nantucket late Thursday night into Friday. It will throw some clouds into Southeastern New England, and a few showers are possible, too. The best chance of rain is late Thursday night into early Friday morning. Right now, it does not look like there will be widespread steady rain. Lows will be in the 50s Friday morning. Friday afternoon looks partly to mostly cloudy with highs in the 60s.

A few more stray showers are possible late Friday night as a cold front swings through New England. The weekend looks pretty nice. Saturday will become partly to mostly sunny. Highs will be in the mid to upper 60s near the coast, and low to mid 70s inland. It will be clear and cool Saturday night. Lows will be near 50 Sunday morning.

Sunday will be mostly sunny and pleasant. Highs will range from the mid 60s near the coast to the mid 70s inland. There will be low humidity and a light sea breeze in the afternoon.

Another cold front brings a threat of showers and thundershowers on Monday. Highs will be in the 70s inland, and 60s near the coast. Skies will be partly cloudy, and the best chance of rain is in the afternoon. The middle of next week looks dry and a bit warmer.

Fred Campagna

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

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