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Posted by Jeremy Reiner

Another day where we have cool, ocean air battling warmer land air leading to a clash of air. That means clouds, drizzle, fog, humidity (frizzy hair) for much of the day. It's not a washout though. The highest chance of rain is this morning--until 9:30am and then later this afternoon (after 3pm). In between, you will see a lot of clouds but also some sunshine at times. Even limited sun will be able to shove temps well into the 70s. This warm & humid air is what will lead to another round of showers & t-storms later today. Some of the storms will be intense. Like the past two days the strongest storms will be in western New England. Only isolated showers/ thunderstorms are expected along the coastline later today. Sox game will have the risk of some showers but they should be able to play that game. Welcome back Tito!

As we roll toward Friday, a storm begins to develop south of New England and that spells trouble as we will have pockets of steady to occasionally heavy rain for much of the day. Most towns will pick up 1-2 of rain by Friday evening. Temps are held in the 60s for much of the day.

Storm shoots out of here for the weekend, right?!?!

Sadly no. this storm stalls near the coast for both Saturday and Sunday. That stinks as it keeps rain, wind & chilly conditions in here for much of the weekend. Temps won't make it out of the 50s and there will be periods of rain both days as well as a cold north wind. #Losing. Memorial Day itself does offer sunshine & milder temps with many towns near 70. There is the possibility that the weather could improve quicker on Sunday than the current thinking...*If* that were to happen then Sunday would be a decent day with clearing skies & temps in the 60s. Stay tuned.


Posted 05/23/13, 7:06am
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