While the forecast for the upcoming week seems like it should be complicated, in reality, it isn’t, even with a former hurricane sitting just a couple of hundred miles to the south.
Hermine mills around south of the region for a few days. This gives us gusty winds, and periodic episodes of showers and steady rain into Wednesday, especially along the south coast. By Thursday, Hermine finally starts to pull away, the sun comes out, and it gets hot and humid again (summer’s not quite over yet folks). A cold front moves through Thursday night, with a few showers and thunderstorms possible.It’ll still be warm for Friday and Saturday, but without the humidity as high pressure builds in. Another front starts to approach on Sunday. Heat and humidity return ahead of it, but showers and thunderstorms accompany it as it moves through late in the day.
Monday: Cloudy and breezy with occasional showers and periods of steady rain at times. High 68-75.
Monday night: Cloudy and breezy with more showers possible, especially closer to the south coast. Low 59-66.
Tuesday:Mostly cloudy and breezy, more episodes of showers are possible. High 70-77.
Tuesday night:Mostly cloudy, still breezy along the south coast. Some additional showers may move through. Low 62-69.
Wednesday:Mostly cloudy with some more showers possible, still breezy across the Cape. High 77-84.
Thursday: Becoming partly sunny and humid. Some showers and thunderstorms are possible in the evening and at night. High 84-91.
Friday: A mix of sunshine and clouds, drier. High 83-90.
Saturday:Mostly sunny. High 83-90.
Sunday: Increasing clouds with afternoon showers and thunderstorms possible. High 82-89.