ANOTHER NICE ONE
Don't worry about early clouds - they'll move out in a jiff! Late morning through lunchtime will run nice and bright as we warm back into the upper 50s at the coast and low-mid 60s inlands. Scattered clouds will mix in this afternoon, but dry weather will stay planted over southern New England.
We have another round of possible "fire weather" this afternoon due to the mild forecast, low humidity, and gusts up to 20 mph. As we said yesterday, please be careful with any smoldering material outside.
NOT A WASHOUT WEDNESDAY
A batch of rain will come through tomorrow morning. Scattered showers may linger until noon, but it looks dry and cloudy for the second half of the day. It will be MUCH cooler with highs only in the 40s to low 50s. Onshore winds AND high astronomical tides may cause some splashover along the east coast.
THURSDAY WEATHER ALERT
Thursday will probably start dry. A developing low will bring another round of rain to the region, peaking in the afternoon. An embedded thunderstorm is possible. Rainfall totals around 0.5" are likely. Winds may gust 30-40 mph or a little higher. It just looks like a nasty afternoon, frankly.
Keep in mind, the stormy weather and highest tides of the month may result in splashover or pockets of minor coastal flooding Thursday to Friday. Friday doesn’t looks as wet, though spots showers are possible with an upper level low overhead all day. Stay tuned as we fine tune the details and timeline.
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