Quiet Is Good
Posted by Jeremy Reiner
While the world around is ever chaotic and hectic the weather pattern remains relatively quiet. Fine by me. As noted yesterday, several fronts (warm & cool) will slide through New England the next few days. Next up is a warm front!
Sometimes these fronts make a lot of noise & kick up the dust when they move through the region and other times--like this afternoon--they move through with very little fanfare. Sunshine will begin to give way to clouds by afternoon in advance of that warm front but it's a dry day. Even though a warm front approaches, the temps are starting off chilly and will need some time before they reach the 57-63 range (coolest temps along the coast).
On Friday, this warm front cruises up into northern New England allowing our temps to start the day & finishing the day warm. Many towns by afternoon will see their bank & car thermometers reach the lower 70s. You'll even feel a little humidity throughout the day. Clouds & some sprinkles are likely for much of the day.
The weekend starts off with clouds & rain tied to a cool front that will quickly jump offshore by noon. After 12pm Saturday the remainder of the weekend is dry. That cool front won;t have much cool air with it on Saturday as temps stay near 60 for much of the day but Sunday offers highs only in the low 50s. Mostly sunny skies will make up for that cool air on Sunday.