Sunshine will fade to some cloudiness this afternoon with temperatures reaching into the 50s. Clouds will thicken up later today into tonight but we are not expecting any rainfall today. The rain will hold off until well after midnight. So if you're heading out this evening you can leave the umbrellas at home. It won't be as chilly this evening either with overnight lows staying in the 40s.
As a front approaches the area very early tomorrow morning some showers will develop. We're not expecting much rain but Sunday will likely start damp. The best chance for rain is between 5am - 9am. Any showers will wind down in the morning followed by some afternoon sunshine. It will be breezy and a little milder too with highs into the lower 60s.
Rain should wind down in time for The Rays of Hope Walk, which steps off at 0:30am however there still may be a few leftover showers for the run which starts at 8:30am.
The Pats-Jets game is looking fine. There may be a shower early in the game but the weather should not be a much of a factor. Temperatures will be in the lower 60s for most of the game.
A cool, dry air mass will take hold for Monday and Tuesday followed by a good soaking on Wednesday. (Most of us, especially south of the Pike into Connecticut need the rain.
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