Our stretch of cloudy and cool weather will continue to close out the weekend but the day will be mostly dry. There is the chance for scattered showers tomorrow before drier air moves in for the middle of the week. By late in the week all eyes will be on Hurricane Matthew.
We stay unsettled today with the chance for a shower early and some drizzle possible during the afternoon, but it won't be a wash out. The upper low with this system is moving back toward the Ohio Valley this weekend, then will move east over New England Monday and Tuesday-which will keep patchy clouds around and a chance for showers-esp. Monday.
High pressure builds in with more sunshine and more of a temp swing from day to night for Wednesday and Thursday. We will be watching hurricane Matthew over the course of the week to see if its path will come toward New England, or miss us completely. Right now, there is still a ton of uncertainty on its effects to the US.
The latest on Matthew has it a Category 4 hurricane with winds of 150 mph and moving to the northwest at 5 mph. Hurricane Warnings are posted for Jamaica, Haiti and eastern Cuba with a Hurricane Watch posted for the SE Bahamas.
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