A Dry Warmth
Posted by Jeremy Reiner
Dang, that humidity can be stubborn and when it's forced to leave--like yesterday--it usually goes out kicking & screaming. The result was some heavy downpours & t-storms across much of SE Mass late yesterday but the dry air prevailed! Some awesome late summer weather on tap for the day.
Today offers that dry air and sunshine but hold off on the fall wardrobe when heading outside as it will still be warm with many cities & towns reaching the low 80s by afternoon. A dry warmth though. The warm afternoon becomes a pleasant September evening under mainly clear skies & temps down in the 70s then 60s.
Thursday starts with clouds & some sprinkles as another cool front slides through New England. It's this cool front that will add that Fall Feel to the air during the day as many cities & towns only have afternoon temps in the upper 60s with a stiff north wind. Except for some sprinkles up until 10am, it's a dry day in store.
Friday will start rather cool with most locations in the 40s. Yes, we've done that before back in August but the difference is that by afternoon (an afternoon full of sunshine) high temps will only reach the upper 60s. Hello Fall! It looks like we will hold onto the dry weather into the weekend with a moderating trend in temperatures.