Monday’s temperatures remain below average. With many clouds, the highs will remain in the mid to high 50s along eastern New England to the low 60s in the west and northwest. With Ian’s Low to the south, our winds will remain active through Tuesday. This will allow gale warnings to remain active until tomorrow with seas reaching 12ft in some areas. Coastal advisories span the east coast of North Carolina to Connecticut and Long Island. Minor coastal flooding also remains possible there until Tuesday.
With tropical humidity to the south, clouds continue to roll in and the potential for showers will return to the region on Tuesday and Wednesday. These showers can spread as far north as New Hampshire, Vermont and central Maine. Light to moderate rain may persist through Wednesday evening and disappear by Thursday.
Thursday will be the pick of the week for many. Our afternoon will feature highs in the 70s along mostly sunny skies. No rain for Thursday either. In the long range forecast, we will see choppy weather for western and northwestern New England on Friday as a cold front rushes in and pushes temperatures into the 50s. 30s and northern New England could see highs remaining in the 40s in cooler locations. A drier pattern by then as well, followed by mostly sunny skies on Sunday. The following weeks seem to start recovering in the 60s.