We’re starting to sound like a broken record, but little to no rainfall is expected again this week.
This week’s forecast is fairly simple, so we’ll keep it brief. Monday and Tuesday will feature dry and cool conditions with high pressure in control. Winds will pick up on Tuesday as the extratropical remains of Hurricane Teddy pass to our east and into Nova Scotia. It will create some very rough surf, so heading to the beach or out on a boat won’t be advisable until seas start to calm down later in the week.
By Wednesday, the high slides offshore, and warmer weather settles in for Wednesday and Thursday. A weak disturbance crosses the region on Friday with some clouds and maybe a shower or two, but that’s about it. Dry weather returns next weekend.
Monday: Sunshine and lots of it. High 59-66.
Monday night: Clear skies, though some high clouds may move into eastern areas late at night. Low 36-43, warmer in the urban areas and across the Cape Cod.
Tuesday: Sunshine filtered through high clouds, though some thicker clouds are possible across Cape Cod, becoming breezy, especially along the coast. High 63-70.
Tuesday night: Mostly clear. Low 49-56.
Wednesday: Partly to mostly sunny., breezy, and warmer. High 71-78.
Thursday: Sunshine and some afternoon clouds. High 72-79.
Friday: More clouds than sun with a chance for a few widely scattered showers. High 71-78.
Saturday: Plenty of sunshine. High 70-77.
Sunday: More sunshine. High 71-78.