The heavy rains of Wednesday night are mostly done and will be ending soon from Cape Cod to Maine as Thursday turns into a beautiful day with lower humidity and high temperature in the 80s.
It’s going to be a nice day once it dries out from Wednesday night’s excessive rainfall. Some locations picked up more than 3 inches of rain with localized flooding.
That weather system, and appendage of tropical depression Erin, is moving off into Canada. This is as high pressure moves in from the Midwest, taking care of us for Thursday and Friday. Humidity is down dramatically and will stay down Thursday night and Friday.
Overnight temperatures will be in the low 50s and 60s. Friday’s high temperatures will be in the lower 80s.
A weak front comes into western and northern New England Friday with just a chance of a spot shower. Otherwise, it will be another day with plenty of sunshine. The air will be somewhat cooler behind the front Saturday, but we will have plenty of sunshine and low humidity with a high temperature in the 70s.
A warm front approaches from the west Sunday with increasing clouds and a chance of a few showers. High temperature Sunday in the 70s, perhaps 60s if gets a little bit more wet than anticipated. Labor Day Monday doesn’t change much with a lot of clouds and a few showers and a high temperature close to 70 degrees.
Hurricane Dorian continues its track north of the Caribbean, away from land for Thursday and Friday, and strengthening as it is expected to take a turn to the west and perhaps be off the Florida coast as a major hurricane later this weekend.
Not a problem for New England, at least not in the foreseeable future, as seen in our First Alert 10-Day Forecast.