What to Know
A cold start will bring a warm up into the 60s by this afternoon but skies remain cloudy.
Monday and Tuesday are looking soggy at this point. An inch to an inch and a half is possible.
The remainder of the week looks warmer than average with temperatures.
After a chilly start this morning, temperatures recover into the 60s during the afternoon. Skies will remain cloudy and any shower activity should stay south of I-95 in southern New England.
Monday and Tuesday are looking soggy at this point. An inch to an inch and a half is possible. Temperatures on Monday will stay in the 60s, but the warm front will lift north on Tuesday pushing temperatures into the low 80s.
Wednesday, showers are still possible with temperatures around 80 degrees. The remainder of the week looks warmer than average with temperatures holding around 80°. We will also remain unsettled with showers around as well.
All eyes remain on the tropics. Florence is expected to be a major hurricane, once again. It should become a category 4 or 5 hurricane by Monday. At this point a New England landfall is very unlikely. The Carolinas have the greatest chance of seeing a landfall. Impacts, if the forecast models play out like they’re showing could be devastating in parts of the mid Atlantic and southeast.