Away from the coast and south of Route 2 in Massachusetts, it was a mild Saturday. It took a while for the clouds to clear, but once they did and where they did, temperatures reached the upper 60s and low 70s.
Clouds thicken again overnight and that will keep temperatures in the upper 40s and low 50s. A very mild start to Sunday, but temperatures will drop with gusty downpours during the afternoon. Before the front rolls through, temperatures will reach the low 60s, especially in eastern New England.
Monday will be sunny and a touch chilly. High temperatures will only reach the mid 40s. We gradually warm up going into the day on Tuesday.
It will be a week where temperatures along the coast will only be in the mid to upper 40s and inland in could be closer to 60 degrees.
Showers are possible Wednesday and again on Friday. It appears most of that activity will move out in time for the weekend. An early call – Sunday will be the pick of the two weekend days next weekend.
Following next weekend, it should be fairly dry, quiet and seasonable. Stay tuned!