The pleasant air that burst into New England Wednesday has some staying power and is teaming with an easterly wind to keep temperatures in check Thursday.
High pressure is now in control of our weather pattern and a stable air mass is expected over the next several days.
After storms last night and this morning, less humid air and sunshine is returning around New England.
After strong thunderstorms Tuesday evening, storms weakened overnight but a few showers are holding together through daybreak in southern New England and along the south coast.
If you liked Monday’s weather, you’ll like Tuesday’s, too!
The high-pressure system from Canada that brought us a nice, refreshing air mass over the weekend has pushed offshore.
It’s a rarity that New England sees temperatures around 90 degrees from north to south without much in the way of humidity, but today is one of those exceptional days.
After a stunning weekend, things start to change today.
The warming trend continues into the workweek, with temperatures climbing into the upper 80s and low 90s Monday. Dew point temperatures will also be back in the low 60s, enough for it to feel a little sticky.
Tropical Storm Chris is expected to increase the rip current risk in New England.
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