We’re in the middle of a very quiet stretch of weather. There were some high, thin clouds giving us some milky sunshine, especially in central and southern New England on Sunday.
These clouds are from a decaying, upstream complex of thunderstorms. Monday will be very similar when it comes to temperature and sky conditions. We’ll see some milky sunshine once again with temperatures struggling to get to 70 degrees.
Seasonably warm weather returns during the day on Tuesday. Temperatures will reach the upper 70s with mainly sunny skies.
Don’t expect much rain this week. Showers are possible on Wednesday, but you’ll need to keep the gardens watered – most towns will remain dry and any showers which develop will be light.
Shower chances, although very low, will continue into the weekend. Even though a shower is possible, both weekend days look very nice. Temperatures will stay in the mid 70s which is average for this time of year.
With our exclusive 10-day forecast, you can look into early the following week. Temperatures, once again, will stay in the mid to upper 70s with a shower or two.