Not only is today hump day for our workweek, but we’re getting over the hump weatherwise too, with showers giving way to sunshine and temperatures responding to the sun by jumping into the 50s.
A nearly calm wind will make for a quiet overnight ahead of a mostly cloudy Thursday before the next disturbance arrives with some showers Thursday midday and afternoon - all in air that will support highs in the 50s again.
In fact, spring temperatures will stick around through the holiday weekend, making our biggest task timing of showers that will come and go over the next several days.
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At this point, it looks like a period of showers is likely Friday, then drier air will take hold of New England for a pleasant Holy Saturday.
The next disturbance is set to move across northern New England on Easter Sunday, dragging a cold front from northwest to southeast. Though the passing cold front brings an elevated chance of showers Sunday, we’re not expecting a wet day by any stretch, and even the timing of the showers remains in flux until we get a better handle of what time the instigating disturbance will move through.
Next week brings a gradual but consistent cooling in the exclusive Early Warning Weather 10-day forecast.