Record cold is possible tomorrow morning
OVERVIEW: Low pressure off the New England coast is keeping gusty winds around through the evening. High pressure building in will help them relax overnight. It slides off the coast tomorrow providing a milder flow of air which will get our temps to the 40s. However, with clear skies and calming winds and the high overhead, we are likely to see record low temps tomorrow morning. Next cold front comes in Friday with a good shot of rain but it will also bring milder air. Periods of rain will continue into the weekend with Saturday being the wettest. A milder and more seasonal spring pattern will set up early next week.
THIS EVENING: Winds will be gusty making temperatures feel like the teens and 20’s. Skies remain clear and temperatures will fall from the 30’s to the upper 20’s by ten.
OVERNIGHT: Winds will start relax, skies remain clear and temperatures are going to tank into the teens. The record is 19 set way back in 1894.
TOMORROW: We start out with bright skies but the clouds return later in the afternoon and increase into the evening. High pressure moves off the coast shifting our winds to the south-southwest, bringing in milder air. This will help to get our temperatures to the middle 40s.
SPRING LIKE WEATHER RETURNS: It turns milder and we head to the 50’s starting Friday leading into the weekend. But with the warming trend come showers. Both Friday and Saturday will see a chance for rain. Highs Friday will be in the upper 50’s and a bit cooler in the low to mid 50’s for Saturday. An upper level low and some energy will linger showers into the start of Sunday but we should see improving conditions as the day wears on. Highs Sunday will warm to seasonal average in the middle 50’s.
STARTING MILD MEXT WEEK: Heading back to work, we’ll see mostly sunny skies with much milder temperatures in the upper 50s to around 60 degrees Monday. The next system quickly arrives Tuesday with showers and will knock temps back to the 50’s but we rebound to near 60 under mostly sunny skies for the middle of next week.
Hope you are enjoying a nice week. J
MaryEllen Pann, Chief Meteorologist
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