Staying dry, sunny and warm through the weekend


A cold front will continue to move east and out of our area this evening. Dew points are falling and will return to the 50s and lower 60s overnight, allowing for more comfortable conditions. Skies have cleared out for the most part and remain mostly clear overnight. Temperatures hit the low 90s for many Friday afternoon and will be dropping into the 70s this evening and will eventually reach upper 50s by Saturday morning.

The weekend is looking dry and sunny throughout New England! Expect lower humidity both Saturday and Sunday, but temperatures remain warm with highs well into the 80s. If you are headed to the coast, expect a sea breeze and cooler temps in the middle and high 70s.

Saturday night will be a bit cooler with lows in the mid 50s, but humidity and temps will be up a bit Sunday night ahead of another cold front. This front moves into western Mass Monday with a stray shower or weak thunderstorm, but again, very slim rain chances.

We stay a bit humid, warm and partly cloudy Tuesday, then another front pushes through Wednesday with a hit or miss thunderstorm. Behind this front, models are hinting at a cooler air mass with temperatures dropping into the 70s during the day and possibly 40s at night as we head into Labor Day weekend.

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