An area of low pressure will trigger the development of showers and a few thunderstorms across New England throughout the day.
Any remaining showers taper off by the evening. Expecting a mostly cloudy day with a few breaks of sunshine.
Highs today crest into the mid 70s south and low 70s north. A weak area of high pressure builds into the region. Clouds clear out overnight with dry conditions with lows dropping into the mid 50s south, low 50s north. A cold front moves through and stalls across the area on Saturday.
A mix of sun and clouds with the threat of a scattered shower with frontal boundary nearby. Overall, expecting a mild and humid day with highs reaching either side of 80-degrees south and upper 70s north.
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An area of high pressure located near Bermuda develops a southwest flow across New England on Sunday, transporting much warmer and more humid air into the region. Highs reach the upper 80s across New England on Sunday.
Summer-like heat continues on Monday as a cold front approaches the area. Expecting a mix of sun and clouds with cold frontal passage lacking sufficient moisture for any appreciable showers.
A sea breeze may develop during the day. Highs reach into the low 90s south and 80s north. The forecast on Tuesday will be pretty similar to Monday.
More warmth and humidity with a mix of sun and clouds as high temperatures on Tuesday flirt with heat wave criteria (3 consecutive days with high temperatures of at least 90 degrees).
A cold front moves through on Wednesday morning, ushering in a slightly cooler air mass. Drier and less humid weather follows towards the end of next week with seasonably warm temperatures continuing.