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April 27th Update

Cool start to next week, but a warm-up on the way

A quick-hitting rain storm will move out by early Saturday, although clouds/mist may linger for a bit Saturday morning. Expect some midday Sun with highs in the low to mid 60s. A cold front swings through Saturday night, and it may bring passing showers. Lingering showers are possible early Sunday before it’s back to some sun with highs in the upper 50s.

A cool pool of air sits over New England early next week. Monday looks quite chilly for late-April, with highs only in the low to mid 50s. The cool air aloft may be enough to scare up some showers, and any showers could contain small hail. The cool weather at the start of the week will not last for too long. Tuesday looks like a transition day, and pop-up showers cannot be ruled out in Eastern MA. It will not be as cool, but do not excited for a big warm-up. Look for a high near 60.

A chill in the air on Monday!
Temperature bounce back quickly in the midweek. Highs in the 70s on Wednesday!

Warm weather arrives Wednesday and lasts into the late workweek. Highs in the 60s/70s coast and 70s/80s inland are likely Wednesday and Thursday. We may squeak out one more warm day on Friday before a weekend cool-down that takes it from unseasonably warm to just a bit warmer than normal. The warm-up forecast is a bit tenuous. There will be a front not too far to the north, and I would not be shocked if the forecast changed some to shorten the duration of the warm weather.

The new Euro weeklies came out last night, and they paint a milder picture for May. The overall theme is for near-normal temperatures and above-normal precipitation in the next 4-6 weeks. We have had a stretch of mainly cool weather over the past couple of months, so it’s about time that the tables turned.

EPS shows near-normal temps (on average) over the next 4-6 weeks in SNE
EPS has a relatively wet May in New England

Fred Campagna

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

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