So So Weekend
Posted by Chris Lambert
How bout' them Sox? A day after a blowout victory, now we look to game 2 late this afternoon, and look for the dry weather as well.
The dry weather we can do as well as any early morning sprinkles/passing showers taper off, leaving dry air in their wake. The shower threat is low this afternoon, and most locations stay dry, including Fenway Park. It won't be a bright and beautiful afternoon as more clouds rule the sky, but an occasional break of sunshine and temps running in the mid to upper 60s, allows for a decent day at the Fens, the golf course or the local pumpkin patch or apple orchard.
As a warm front to our south tries to move north, a few more batches of showers run along it, and move through our area late overnight tonight and tomorrow morning. They'll be scattered, but the chance is there. That chance for showers lowers for the afternoon and overall, it's a cooler day with temps in the low to mid 60s. I wouldn't call Sunday a washout, as we'll have dry times around as well, but the shower chance is higher than today.
Monday, that warm front snaps north of us, and as southerly winds kick in, so does more humid air and warmer temps. Highs Monday reach the mid to upper 70s. They'll be a passing shower at times through the day, but the soaking rains hold off until overnight and on Tuesday as a cold front barrels in here with the remnants of what is tropical storm Karen now.
Behind it, we dry out for Wednesday, and could have another several days of dry weather strung together again.