SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WGGB/WSHM) - A cooler, less humid air mass will drain in this evening as temperatures cool and dew points fall off. If you are heading over to the Big E bring the umbrella just in case but most of the evening you won't need it.
Tomorrow will end up mainly dry as this front slowly pushes south of the area. The clouds will hang tough along with a cool, damp feel. The best chance for rain tomorrow will be south of western Mass, closer to the front.
All eyes will continue to be on Hurricane Joaquin. Right now he is east of the Bahamas with top winds of 85 mph. He will drift to the southwest and slowly strengthen over the next day. He will eventually turn north by the weekend. How he interacts with an area of high pressure to our north and east and a trough to our west will determine where he ends up going. The exact track of Joaquin is very much "up in the air." and will be a huge impact on this weekends weather, especially Sunday into Monday. This is when Joaquin will make his final move, one way or the other. Stay tuned!