But clouds are expected to roll in late in the day and showers are expected, with a chance of a thunderstorm. Lows dip into the mid 50s south and low 50s north. Warm front will remain south of New England overnight. While a few passing showers can be expected during the morning, rain chances will ramp up for the afternoon.
Highs reach into the upper 60s to low 70s. Can not rule out a few rumbles of thunder as moisture and instability increase. Highs reaching the 90 degree mark once again. Scattered to numerous showers and storms are forecast for Saturday.
An approaching warm front will lead to building clouds, showers and isolated thunderstorms throughout the day today.
A few breaks of sunshine may peek out during the day. Temperatures get warmer too with the help of more sunshine and highs should hit middle 80s, if not a bit warmer in the valley. Areas of fog along coast may persist with mild air mass rushing over relatively cold ocean waters.
A shower or t-storm in spots early; otherwise, mostly cloudy and muggy (areas of patchy fog).
Cold front traverses across New England on Tuesday, renewing the chance of showers and thunderstorms. Clouds and scattered showers and thunder storms Sunday afternoon. As a warm front lift across the region today expect clouds and showers, the heaviest have already moved east across northern New Hampshire and western Maine. Isolated storms are possible through the end of the week with afternoons in the upper 80s/lower 90s and mornings in the lower 70s.
Cold front slips south of the region on Wednesday with cooler and drier air mass moving in behind cold front.