That wet, low pressure system that arrived in New England Saturday is strengthening as it pulls away from New England this morning, leaving a clear sky and cool low temperatures in the 30s, 40s and 50s to start our Tuesday.
That low, now east of Maine, has rain and snow and Labrador now, but for New England, high pressure is coming in with sunshine.
After a chilly morning, we should warm well into the 70s, near 80s away from the coast, with the light onshore breeze this afternoon.
Clear and comfortable Tuesday night, low temperature once again coolish, 40s and 50s.
Wind increases from the south Wednesday, as thin clouds fill the sky, but it's another nice day with a high temperature close to 80 degrees, cooler the south facing coast.
The next weather makers are duel low pressure systems arriving from the west and the south tomorrow night and Thursday. Initially we are on the cooler side of the front so Thursday morning could be wet with the temperature in the 60s, and a few sunny breaks with a high in the 70s and a chance of some afternoon thunderstorms as humidity builds Thursday.
Those fronts move out Friday, but it's warm to hot them, so with sunshine we are close to 90 degrees Friday.
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The weekend looks sunny and hot with the temperature in the 90s, cooler at the beaches.
Humidity returns to moderate to high by the end of the weekend and early next week and we still have temperatures in the 90s for a possible extended heat wave.
The early call for July 3 and 4 is a chance of sun and thunderstorms, remaining hot.