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Spotty showers overnight; cooler air moves in on Thursday

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A cold front moving through southern New England has brought mostly cloudy skies and spotty rain showers throughout our Wednesday. The chance for showers will continue tonight and overnight and a few weak thunderstorms may occur as well.  We remain mostly cloudy with some fog through Thursday morning with lows staying in the mid to upper 60s.

Our cold front will slowly move south and out of our area through the day Thursday, so a few showers are still possible. Lots of clouds will gradually break up through the afternoon and we will begin drying out and turning less humid. Highs get stuck in the 70s again due to clouds.

High pressure moving down from Canada will bring lower humidity and pleasant conditions for Friday. Highs stay in the 70s with some good sunshine and a northerly breeze. We are looking pleasant into Saturday as well with highs in the mid 70s and dry air, but high clouds will build from the south ahead of Tropical Storm Hermine.

TS Hermine will continue to bring clouds through southern New England Saturday afternoon through Labor Day. There’s still a good deal of uncertainty with the track, so there isn’t a big rain threat now-though showers look possible Sunday and Monday. Weather conditions look worst at the beaches and seas will be rough for sure. Winds will increase here, but we will have more of a ‘breeze’ in western Mass and the coast will get gusty.

We will continue to keep you posted on Hermine impacts as we get closer to the weekend. Sunshine and warmer temps on tap for next week. 

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